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- Weed vendors say customers are stocking up on cannabis as coronavirus quarantines could last months
pot sales were up 50 per cent from March 16 to 22, while medical marijuana sales rose 41 per cent year over year as customers prepare for long periods of isolation.
Daily Mail. Wednesday, 25 Mar 2020.
- Coronavirus UK: London parks shut as social distancing ignored
People continued to flock to public parks and recreation
grounds across the UK today despite the government urging them to stay at home to help slow the spread of coronavirus.
Daily Mail. Monday, 23 Mar 2020.
- Man found dead in Three Oaks Recreation Area in Crystal Lake; 3 arrested
Three men were arrested after a fourth man was found dead in a wooded area in Crystal Lake.
ABC News. Wednesday, 18 Mar 2020.
- As Wisconsin lakes warm, walleye are feeling the heat
Arguably the most prized fish in Wisconsin, walleye hold a cultural significance that reaches far beyond being a thrilling fish to catch and a delicious fish to eat for the spear fishers and recreational
anglers who harvest them. ...
Washington Times. Saturday, 7 Mar 2020.
- Illinois' recreational marijuana sales drop slightly to $34M in February
Demand for recreational
marijuana dropped slightly in its second month of legalization in Illinois.
ABC News. Thursday, 5 Mar 2020.
- Pot Can Interact With Meds in Harmful Ways
People who use marijuana either medicinally or recreationally should remember that pot can have potentially harmful interactions with medications they take regularly, a new report warns.
Newsmax. Wednesday, 4 Mar 2020.
- The Northern White Rhino Went Extinct, but for Two Minutes at a Time, the Animal Makes a Digital Comeback
An artist's 3-D recreation
of the immense mammal probes the paradox of efforts to bring such animals back in the lab
Smithsonian. Tuesday, 3 Mar 2020.
- Outdoor recreation grants fuel events around New Mexico
SANTA FE, N.M. (AP) - The New Mexico Outdoor Recreation
Division has announced the first wave of events paid for by new outdoor recreation
incubator grants. ...
Washington Times. Monday, 2 Mar 2020.
- Chris Pratt says he was encouraged to gain '30, 40 pounds' while on 'Parks and Recreation'
Action star Chris Pratt wasn't always in tip-top shape.
Fox News. Sunday, 16 Feb 2020.
- Leisure & Recreation Services Industry Near-Term Outlook Dull
Leisure & Recreation
Services Industry Near-Term Outlook Dull
Zacks. Tuesday, 28 Jan 2020.
- Recreational fishers catching more sharks and rays
fishers are increasingly targeting sharks and rays, a situation that is causing concern among researchers.
Science Daily. Monday, 27 Jan 2020.
- On the edge between science and art: Historical biodiversity data from Japanese 'gyotaku'
Japanese cultural art of 'gyotaku,' which means 'fish impression' or 'fish rubbing,' captures accurate images of fish specimens. It has been used by recreational
fishermen and artists since the Edo Period. ...
Science Daily. Monday, 20 Jan 2020.
- A Taste Of Winter In Whistler, British Columbia
Some consider Whistler Blackcomb the ultimate destination for outdoor recreation
Forbes. Monday, 20 Jan 2020.
- Cannabis ETFs Are Soaring in 2020: Will the Trend Continue?
With a greater legislative push to legalize recreational
marijuana, cannabis ETFs are soaring to start the year and are likely to continue doing so.
Zacks. Thursday, 16 Jan 2020.
- Illinois Demand For Cannabis Is So High, Recreational Shops Close Due To Shortages
The losses in possible sales due to marijuana product shortages is easily in the millions of dollars, one expert estimated.
Entrepreneur. Wednesday, 15 Jan 2020.
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