Deer hunter survey returns critical

first_imgShare Facebook Twitter Google + LinkedIn Pinterest I had the Ohio Division of Wildlife (ODOW) deer program administrator, Dr. Mike Tonkovich, on my radio show late last month and he said that the agency is in the process of revising county deer population goals and is asking hunters that receive a mailed survey to help by completing and returning it as soon as possible.“Unlike previous surveys,” he explained, “there is no need to wait until the end of the season to submit these surveys.”He stressed the importance of the feedback. Among other things, the results will help define short-term population goals (increase, decrease, or remain stable). Results from this survey will be combined with the responses from over 11,000 farmers who have already completed a similar survey. Hunters for this year’s survey were randomly selected from the list of hunters who purchased a license and deer permit by Nov. 16.Tonkovich explained that public input is an important part of Ohio’s deer management program, and survey participants are asked to complete and return their surveys. By returning their surveys, hunters can ensure that they have a clear voice in helping to decide the direction of deer management in Ohio. The information provided will remain confidential, and will only be used and presented as a summary of all responses as a whole.He added that the ODOW manages Ohio’s deer populations through a combination of regulatory and programmatic changes, and that the goal of Ohio’s Deer Management Program is to provide a deer population that maximizes recreational opportunities, while minimizing conflicts with landowners and motorists.Information about balancing deer numbers versus deer quality can be found in the publication: Quality vs. Quantity: A Closer Look at Deer Herd Condition Trends in Ohio at: read more

14 days agoBologna director Christoph Winterling rejects ‘€200M Liverpool offer’

first_imgBologna director Christoph Winterling rejects ‘€200M Liverpool offer’by Paul Vegas14 days agoSend to a friendShare the loveBologna’s commercial and marketing director Christoph Winterling has turned down an approach from Bologna.Corriere dello Sport says Winterling has snubbed the opportunity to take up a similar role at Liverpool.The German was offered a ‘€200m budget’ if he moved to Anfield.However, Winterling snubbed the approach.The reason being “because of Bologna, because of the club’s owner Joey Saputo, because of the city, where he feels that, with time, the club can have a ‘bright future’.” TagsTransfersAbout the authorPaul VegasShare the loveHave your saylast_img read more

Oral Health Care to be Improved

first_imgThe Ministry of Health is seeking to enhance dental health care options, as part of efforts to improve the overall health of Jamaicans. This is in recognition of the critical link between oral health and a number of non- communicable diseases including diabetes, which is associated with heart disease, stroke, amputation, eye disease, and kidney disease. Portfolio Minister, Hon. Dr. Fenton Ferguson, said the current ratio of one dentist to 17,000 persons has a significant impact on how diabetes and oral health issues are addressed. “I am committed to addressing the issues related to access to good care inclusive of good oral health care,” he stated. The Health Minister was speaking on Wednesday, February 20, at the launch of the University Diabetes Outreach Programme (UDOP) International Diabetes Outreach Conference, at the University of Technology (UTECH) College of Oral Health Sciences, St. Andrew. Dr. Ferguson noted that as a dental surgeon, he is aware of the linkages that should be made in order to have significant improvements in the overall health and quality of life of Jamaicans. “Oral health has to be placed atop this platform if we are going to see any meaningful changes in our disease burden,” he remarked. Noting the strong relationship between oral health and diabetes, he said the disease was the leading cause of death in women, and the third leading cause of mortality in men in 2009, and remains a major cause of illness and death among Jamaicans.last_img read more

Canadians invited to fill out a survey on WHY they watch and

first_img LEAVE A REPLY Cancel replyLog in to leave a comment Facebook Advertisement This past December, the CRTC published a reference document to help guide the consultation. It includes information and data on how and where Canadians consume content. The survey will help the CRTC understand the reasons behind these choices, such as:Why do many Canadians still watch traditional TV and listen to traditional radio?Why do some Canadians watch and listen online only?How important is programming made in Canada to Canadians?Canadians can participate by filling out the survey before January 31, 2018.They can also submit their comments using the reference document or on any other issues related to this process before February 13, 2018 by:filling out the online form;writing to the Secretary General, CRTC, Ottawa, Ontario K1A ON2; orsending a fax to (819) 994-0218.Report on future distribution modelsThis consultation arises from the Government’s request that the CRTC submit a report on future distribution models for Canadian programming, as well as its continued creation, production and distribution. The report is due by no later than June 1, 2018. From Canadian Radio-television and Telecommunications CommissionOttawa-Gatineau – Canadian Radio-television and Telecommunications Commission (CRTC)The CRTC has launched a survey to better understand why Canadians are consuming content in different ways. This survey is part of the CRTC’s consultation on the future of programming distribution in Canada. Login/Register With: Advertisement Quick FactsAs directed by the Governor-in-Council, the CRTC is seeking comments on:What programming distribution model(s) are likely to exist in the future?How and through whom will Canadians access their programming?To what extent these models will ensure a vibrant domestic market? Twitter Interested parties are also invited to submit studies or relevant research on these or related issues that could inform the CRTC. Advertisementlast_img read more

Mourinho declares Pogba still happy at United

first_imgDespite reports suggesting that France international star Paul Pogba is unhappy at Manchester United and wants to join Barcelona, his boss at United Jose Mourinho says his player – Pogba – remains happy at the club.United officials have been alleged to have increased suspicion of Pogba’s high-profile agent Mino Raiola, whom they blame for rumours that his client would prefer to join Barcelona. However, despite the reports, Mourinho maintains that while he will have a discussion with Pogba before deciding when exactly to re-introduce him to competitive first-team action, his perception of Pogba shows that he is happy.“My perception is he arrived Monday, happy, proud, with a desire to work,” Mourinho said ahead of Friday’s opening Premier League fixture against Leicester as quoted in France24.“He worked amazingly well Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday. He’s one of the players that I have to speak to see how physically and mentally he feels.Jose Mourinho is sold on Lampard succeeding ar Chelsea Tomás Pavel Ibarra Meda – September 14, 2019 Jose Mourinho wanted to give his two cents on Frank Lampard’s odds as the new Chelsea FC manager, he thinks he will succeed.There really…“But it’s the same conversation as with (Ashley) Young, (Marouane) Fellaini, (Jesse) Lingard, it’s the same. To know how they feel physically mentally to try to give us a help.“If they feel they can help us, 20 minutes, 10 minutes half an hour. We don’t have many solutions and want to go with everything we have.“I see him very well but we need words with that small group to see if they can give us a hand.”last_img read more

We are confident now Yuto Nagatomo

first_imgAccording to the Japanese defender, his team had a very difficult match against Turkmenistan in the 2019 AFC Asian Cup.Japan barely defeated Turkmenistan 3-2 in their Group F match in the 2019 AFC Asian Cup.And for Japanese defender Yuto Nagatomo, the team learned from that and will be ready for the next challenges.“We struggled against Turkmenistan but it was very important for us players to know what the AFC Asian Cup is,” Nagatomo told Ghana Soccernet.Christian Pulisic ‘happy’ with his Chelsea debut Andrew Smyth – July 19, 2019 Christian Pulisic was happy with how Chelsea debut turned out despite it ending in a 1-0 friendly defeat to Kawasaki Frontale.“We will use the experience gained against Turkmenistan to good effect. We have had three days to prepare for our next match against Oman (on Sunday) and we are confident of a better showing.”“We saw a recording of the match and we know that they are very good in counter attacks and have speedy players. Oman will be a difficult team to beat,” he added.“Having said that, we are also a good team and we have the players who can get us a positive result. We will prepare accordingly for Oman.”“It doesn’t make a difference whether we qualify after the second or third match as long as we qualify for the knockout stage,” he concluded.last_img read more

Let no one go hungry over the holidays AML ALIV Bahamas Feeding

first_imgPress Release: ALIVPhoto captions:Header: ‘Let no one go hungry over the holidays’ – AML Foods Limited and ALIV announced they will partner with the Bahamas Feeding Network for the most ambitious charitable campaign in the network and AML’s history – to raise $100,000 to put food on the tables of families that might otherwise go hungry over the holidays. (Photo: Ronnie Archer)Insert: Leading by Example – Renea Bastian, VP Marketing & Communications, AML Foods Limited (l.) jumpstarted the Feed 5000 Families campaign with a $20,000 donation to the fund. AML Foods Limited and ALIV announced they will partner with the Bahamas Feeding Network to raise $100,000 to put food on the tables of families that might otherwise go hungry over the holidays. Between Nov 17 – Dec 17, the public can donate towards $40 holiday meal packages in full or part at the checkout counter. ALIV customers can also donate by texting FEEDAML to 2548. (Photo: Ronnie Archer) Facebook Twitter Google+LinkedInPinterestWhatsApp Facebook Twitter Google+LinkedInPinterestWhatsApp#Bahamas, November 18, 2017 – Nassau – Declaring that “no one should go hungry over the holidays while others are feasting,” AML Foods Limited and ALIV announced today they will partner with the Bahamas Feeding Network for the most ambitious charitable campaign in the network and AML’s history – to raise $100,000 to put food on the tables of families that might otherwise go hungry over the holidays.The campaign, called Feed 5,000 Families, will start in AML’s eight stores tomorrow and run through December 17th with customers able to donate $40 holiday meal packages in full or contribute to the make-up of a package at the checkout counter.   To jumpstart the campaign, AML Foods Limited pledged $20,000 to the feeding fund.   In Nassau, participating stores include Solomon’s Fresh Market Harbour Bay, Solomon’s Fresh Market Old Fort Bay, Cost Right Wholesale, Solomon’s Super Center and the new Solomon’s Yamacraw store.   In Grand Bahama donations can be made at Solomon’s Lucaya, Solomon’s Queen’s Highway and Cost Right Wholesale Freeport.In addition to taking donations at checkout, the company is teaming up with ALIV to make donations to the cause easier.   Starting tomorrow, ALIV customers can participate in the Feed 5000 Families drive by texting FEEDAML to 2648 to make a donation.“ALIV continues to fasten its increasing commitment to the people of the Bahamas.   A key part of the ALIV brand encompasses creating meaningful experiences not only for customers, but also for those in our communities.   This marks a shared effort to grant every man, woman, and child an opportunity to have a Christmas meal,” said Bianca Bethel- Sawyer, Events, Sponsorship & Community Manager at Aliv.   “We believe this project is a great way to end 2017, giving families a chance to gather together around a meal to celebrate the Christmas holidays and the traditions that bind us together.”Aliv customers can also donate by texting FEEDAML in the amounts of  $1, $2, $3, $4, AND $5 to 2548.The program was announced at a press conference today at Solomon’s Fresh Market, Harbour Bay.   This is the second year AML has led this initiative during the holiday season.   Last year, with the support of the community and campaign partners, the company raised $64,000 and distributed 1,600 holiday meal packages to families in need.“This is the most amazing donation and an incredible partnership.   We cannot thank AML Foods Limited enough, especially for understanding the need,” said Philip Smith, Executive Director of the Feeding Network.   “And this year we are really grateful that ALIV has joined the effort and is making it so easy to donate.“There is nothing more heart-wrenching than to look into a hungry person’s eyes and see the sadness.   It is bad any time of year, but over the holidays it can tear your heart out,” said Smith, whose team of volunteers prepares, plates and distributes more than 2,200 meals weekly in an ongoing campaign to ease the pain of hunger.   The Network partners with more than 120 churches, soup kitchens and feeding centers as well as distributing over 300 meals every Sunday in the Fox Hill community.“We are so grateful to AML Foods Limited which selected the Bahamas Feeding Network as its community feeding partner for this holiday season and is pulling out all the stops to make as much food available to people who truly need it,” Smith said.Every $40 donation will buy a food parcel that includes a picnic ham, whole chicken, five-pound bag of rice, two cans of peas, two cans of vegetables and a box of stuffing.   The package will comfortably feed a family of four.“As a company, one of the key segments of our community outreach is hunger prevention.   Last year, we started the program with an ambitious goal of feeding 5,000 families.   With the tremendous support of our shoppers and corporate partners, we raised $64,000, a significant amount for our first launch.   This year, we have set a goal of $100,000 which we believe will help us to increase our impact, helping more families in need celebrate the season with a special holiday meal,” said Renea Bastian, Vice President of Marketing & Communications at AML Foods Limited.   “Our entire team is on board with this program and we look forward to working with The Bahamas Feeding Network making the season better for persons in our own community who might otherwise go without.”No purchase is necessary to make a donation at any Solomon’s Fresh Market, Solomon’s or Cost-Right location.   Donations can also be made at the Company’s headquarters in Nassau or Freeport.center_img Related Items:last_img read more