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Church grounds certified as wildlife habitat

Of the 142,000 certified habitats in the country, 427 are operated by places of worship, said Roxanne Nersesian Paul, senior coordinator of community and volunteer outreach at the National Wildlife Federation. The Hilton church joins just 21 others in the state of New York that have completed the certification process.

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Sparking conservation in Wyoming

“The Red Desert is one of God’s stunning creations,” . . . “It’s still a wild place, a wilderness, and wilderness is where people go to look for spiritual awareness.”

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