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HERBALICIOUS GARDENING Applications will be available at the Otto Township By: Linda Swain, Cornell University Cooperative Extension Office, English’s Superette, Quinn Aubrey and Master Gardener One of my favorite things to grow is herbs because they Rixford Post Office. offer a combination of beauty and usefulness and can virtually Last day to apply is June 13th. be grown anywhere with ease. A very small amount of effort is soon rewarded with aromatic foliage and flowers. Even if you Questions? Call Township Office: 814-966-3553 have never felt the urge to grow plants, they are the perfect introduction to gardening. THE INTERNET IS BIG ENOUGH Herbs have been used for food and medicine for over 5000 FOR THE BOTH OF THEM years. The earliest written records date from 3000 B.C. in As online viewers watch Pittsburgh eagles grow, Babylonian clay tablets. Ancient written records have been separate live stream could soon show hatching ospreys. found all around the world from China, India, Assyria, Egypt, They grow up so quickly. Greece and Romans. They have been used in ancient native It’s been about six weeks since the first of three bald-eagle cultures also like the Mayans and Native Americans. Now, we find a renewed interest in the use of herbs in various culinary chicks hatched in Pittsburgh in front of a live audience fashions such as cooking, teas, liquors, and in medicines, viewing online. And anyone who more recently has logged aromatherapy, cosmetics, perfumes, dyes, cleaning agents, onto the Game Commission’s website to access the 24-hour live stream will tell you those three little birds aren’t so little decoration and potpourri. There are several factors to be considered when de-ciding anymore. Internet celebrities that have accounted for nearly 1.2 where it is best to grow herbs. Most herbs like other plants require sunshine during the growing season to produce their million views online, the eaglets still are weeks away from full flavor and fragrance. A plant requiring full sun should get fledging the nest. And until that time, thousands about 7 hours of sunshine a day; while a plant requiring undoubtedly will continue to watch each day. But online nest-watchers also might be interested to partial shade needs up to 4 hours of sunshine a day. There are few plants which grow well in total shade and many of them know another opportunity awaits them. Real-time video from a Northampton County osprey nest need filtered sunshine in the is being streamed live on the Game Commission’s website, middle of the day. Herbs do and the first of three eggs being incubated could hatch any need protection from cold winds, day now. which often do more damage to While the bald-eagle nest live stream can be found on the a plant than low temperatures. home page of Game Commission’s website, accessing the A wall, hedge or natural slope osprey-nest live stream requires an additional click or two. can provide good shelter but if Still, it’s easy to find. Just click on the icon labeled “Live these are not available then a fence or screen can be used to Streaming Wildlife Cameras,” near the top of the home page. provide protection and ensure When the next page opens, scroll down and click the “play” good sturdy growth. Physical icon on the viewing window for the Northampton County location is very important when osprey nest. growing herbs outside, make In fact, from this page, live streams of the osprey and sure to plant them nearby, so bald-eagle nests can be viewed simultaneously. you have easy access during Ospreys typically migrate south in winter and return to cooking. Pennsylvania in late March and early April to nest. Herbs are undemanding and extremely adaptable to their Typically, ospreys will incubate eggs for about 40 days before surroundings. They can grow in garden borders in existing the eggs hatch. The first of the eggs in the nest being live gardens or mixed in to flower and vegetable beds. Being streamed was laid March 28, while the third was laid April adaptable, they also grow well in hanging baskets or 2. decorative pots on a balcony, patio, window box or even Ospreys often nest beside bodies of water. They feed indoors. An easy way to begin would be to choose those herbs primarily on fish and need an abundant supply of it near that you are already familiar with or enjoy using while nest sites. cooking. Some ideas might be: Herbaceous Border Plants: Pennsylvania’s nesting osprey population has been on the Parsley, coriander (cilantro), marigold, marjoram or oregano, rise in recent years. Still, ospreys remain on Pennsylvania’s lemon thyme, sage, lavender, rosemary and savory make good list of threatened species, and are protected by both state herbaceous border plants. Any herb can easily be mixed in and federal law. with your flower or vegetable garden. As recently as 1986, Pennsylvania was home to only one Hanging Baskets: A hanging basket of herbs can be very nesting pair of ospreys. Today, there are more than 100. attractive and useful. A basket can generally hold 3 or 4 herbs Meanwhile, the bald eagle was removed earlier this year and some good choices are marjoram, thyme and sage which from Pennsylvania’s threatened species list. While the bald once established will trail downwards. eagle no longer is listed as an endangered or threatened Decorative Containers: Decorative pots can be used for those herbs most often needed for cutting and easily kept close by species in Pennsylvania, it continues to be protected by the kitchen door. A mixture of annuals and perennials could federal law, which among other things establishes a buffer to include parsley, chives, dill, basil, summer savory, sage, ensure people stay at least 660 feet from a nest. Some nesting birds are more tolerant than others when it lavender, rosemary and thyme. A sweet bay or bay laurel tree, which is very slow growing, is an ideal plant for a container comes to human activity. But any action that could flush and even indoor growing. Any of the mint family, apple mint, birds from nests is a threat to successful hatching of eggs peppermint, spearmint, etc. do very well in containers since it and fledging of young. Keeping your distance is one way to keeps them confined to one area rather than spreading increase the chances of nest success. Guidelines on how to more safely view bald eagle nests everywhere with their underground runners. Window Boxes: Herbs grow well in window boxes too, are available on the “Bald Eagle Watching in Pennsylvania” provided they get at least 4 or 5 hours of sunshine a day. A page under the “Wildlife” and “Watchable Wildlife” tabs at variety of cooking herbs makes a wonderful arrangement. the Game Commission’s home page. Media inquiries regarding the Pittsburgh bald eagles or Alternatively, filling the window box with fragrant herbs to scent the room when the window is open makes another nice the live stream of their nesting attempt can be directed to arrangement. 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GAME COMMISSIONERS TO MEET IN HARRISBURG Board to hold quarterly meeting June 9 and 10 at agency headquarters. The PA Board of Game Commissioners is scheduled to meet June 9 & 10 at the agency’s Harrisburg headquarters. On Monday, June 9, the board is slated to convene at 8:30am to hear public recommendations followed by Game Commission staff reports. Doors open at 7:45 a.m. Individuals interested in offering public testimony may begin to register at 7:45 on a first-come, first-tospeak basis. Public comment is limited to five minutes and no PowerPoint presentations are permitted. On Tuesday, June 10, the Board will take up its prepared agenda. Doors open at 7:45 a.m. The agenda for the June meeting is available at the Game Commission’s website, www.pgc.state.pa.us. From the “Quick Clicks” box running down the right side of the homepage, select “Commissioners’ Meeting June 9-10, 2014” and click the link posted on the page. The Game Commission’s headquarters is located at 2001 Elmerton Avenue, just off the Progress Avenue exit of Interstate 81 in Harrisburg, Dauphin County. f
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raccoons or other wildlife, some of which might appear to be abandoned. “Rest assured that in most cases, the young animal is not an orphan or abandoned and the best thing you can do is to leave it alone,” DuBrock advised. DuBrock noted adult animals often leave their young while the adults forage for food. Also, wildlife often relies on a natural defensive tactic called the “hider strategy,” where young animals will remain motionless and “hide” in surrounding cover while adults draw the attention of potential predators or other intruders away from their young. “While it may appear as if the adults are abandoning their young, in reality, this is just the animal using its natural instincts to protect its young,” DuBrock said. “Also, young animals often have camouflaging color patterns to avoid being detected by predators.” “Wild animals are not meant to be pets, and we must all resist our well-meaning and well-intentioned urge to want to care for wildlife. Taking wildlife from its natural settings and into your home may expose or transmit wildlife diseases to people or domestic animals. Wildlife also may carry parasites - such as fleas, ticks or lice - that you wouldn’t want infesting you, your family, your home or your pets.” DuBrock noted that, each year, people ignore this advice by taking wildlife into their homes and then are urged to undergo treatment for possible exposure to various wildlifeborne diseases, such as rabies. In addition to protecting public health, Game Commission Bureau of Wildlife Protection Director Rich Palmer said that the agency also is concerned with wildlife implications from humans handling wildlife. “Habituating wildlife to humans is a serious concern, because if wildlife loses its natural fear of humans it can pose a public safety risk,” Palmer said. “For example, a few years ago, a yearling, six-point buck attacked and severely injured two people. Our investigation revealed that a neighboring family had illegally taken the deer into their home and fed it as a fawn. This family continued to feed the deer right up until the time of the attack.” “This particular incident was the subject of numerous news stories around the state, and serves as a fitting example of the possible consequences that can stem from feeding or simply getting too close to wildlife.” In addition, Palmer noted that it is illegal to take or possess wildlife from the wild. Under state law, the penalty for such a violation is a fine of up to $1,500 per animal. “Under no circumstances will anyone who illegally takes wildlife into captivity be allowed to keep that animal,” Palmer said. “While residents love to view wildlife and are very compassionate, they must enjoy wildlife from a distance and allow nature to run its course.” Palmer also pointed out that, under a working agreement with state health officials, any “high risk” rabies vector species confiscated after human contact must be euthanized and tested; it cannot be returned to the wild. Though any mammal may carry rabies, species identified in the agreement are: skunks, raccoons, foxes, bats, coyotes and groundhogs. “Except for some species of bats, populations of all other rabies vector species are thriving,” Palmer said. “Therefore, to protect public health and safety, it only makes sense to put down an animal for testing, rather than risk relocating a potentially rabid animal, and to answer the question of whether any people were exposed to the rabies virus.” DuBrock said it is always wise to avoid wild animals and even unfamiliar domestic pets because of the potential rabies risk. “Animals infected with rabies may not show obvious symptoms, but still may be able to transmit the disease,” DuBrock said. People can get rabies from the saliva of a rabid animal if they are bitten or scratched, or if the saliva gets into the person’s eyes, mouth or a fresh wound. The last human rabies fatality in Pennsylvania was a 12 year old Lycoming County boy who died in 1984. Wildlife rehabilitators, who are licensed by the Game Commission, are the only ones who are permitted to care for
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$3.78 Shurfine Angel Food Cake Mix..16 oz. $2.19 Shurfine Frosting.................16 oz. cans 2/$3.00 Betty Crocker Fruit Snacks...........................5.4-4.8 oz. 4/$4.00 Folger’s Ground Coffee..............11.3 oz. $2.99 Peter Pan Peanut Butter............16.3 oz. $1.88 Betty Crocker ItalPasta Brand Regular or Thin Spaghetti, Cookie Mix.......................3 var., 17.5 oz. 2/$4.00 Spirals or Elbow Macaroni..............16 oz. 89¢ Shurfine Non-Dairy Creamer.....16 oz. $1.99 Capri Sun Juice Drinks......10 pouch pk. $1.88 ShurSave 8 3/4” Foam Plates.......40 ct. $1.88 Bounty Towels...............................8 roll pk. $6.99 24 ct. 16 oz. Clear, 30 ct. 18 oz. or ShurSave Paper Napkins.................160 ct. 99¢ Solo Grip Plastic Cups..........50 ct., 9 oz. $2.28 Xtra Detergent.......................5 var., 75 oz. $1.88 10” Heavy Duty Hawaiian Punch...................6 var., gallons $1.98 Solo Plates........................................22 ct. 2/$5.00 Shurfine POP............................all var., 2 liter 89¢ Bumble Bee Chunk Light Tuna in water...........5 oz. 5/$5.00 Stroehmann King or Ranch White or Split Top Wheat Bread.........20-22 oz. Buy-1-Get-1-FREE Snow’s Chopped or Minced Clams.................................5 oz. 2/$3.00 Round Angel Food Cakes.............16 oz. $3.49 Read’s German Potato Salad..15 oz. 3/$4.00 Chips Ahoy! Cookies............9.5-14 oz. 2/$4.00 Shurfine Sloppy Joe Sauce.............15.5 oz.79¢ Nabisco Snack Crackers.......5.6-7 oz. 2/$4.00 Shurfine Cheese Puffs..................9 oz. 2/$3.00 Sunshine Cheez-Its.sev. var., 5.8-11 oz. 2/$4.00 24 oz. Shurfine Corn Flakes or UTZ Kettle Chips.........5 var., 7.5-8 oz. 2/$4.00 Kellogg’s Apple Jacks.............12.2 oz. 2/$5.00 Doritos.........................................10-11 oz. 2/$5.00 Shurfine Cake Mixes. . . .5 var., 16.5 oz. 5/$5.00 KING’S CUT ‘N CLIP: Men’s haircuts and styles. 203 Union Street, Smethport (located behind Fox’s Pizza and the Smethport Post Office). Walk-ins daily. Closed Wednesday and Sunday. Phone 814-771-5608. tfc FOR SALE: RECONDITIONED WASHERS and dryers. 30 day warranty. A ppliance Repair Service. Marlin A ppleby, Port Allegany, Pa. 814-642-2231. tfc FOR RENT- 2 BEDROOM MOBILE HOMES in Roulette Mobile Home Park. $325 - $425/mo. 814-598-2885. tfc UPPER APARTMENT OUTSIDE PORT A - 2 bedroom, 2 bath. All appliances, electric, water, carport, plowing and mowing. $550. No pets. No smoking. 1 year lease. 814-642-2270. tfc HAMLIN MEMORIAL LIBRARY Mon. & Tues., 12-5pm, 7 p.m.-9 p.m.; Wed. 10 a.m.-5 p.m.; Thurs. 7 p.m.-9 p.m.; Fri. 12 - 5 p.m.; Sat., 9 a.m.-1 p.m. tf MT. JEWETT MEMORIAL LIBRARY Mon. - Thurs. 10 a.m.-12, 2 p.m.-5 p.m.; 7 p.m.-9 p.m.; Fri. 10 a.m.-12, 2 p.m.-5 p.m.; Sat. 10 a.m.-2 p.m. email@example.com tf
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MARINE CORPS LEAGUE BOB SWANSON DETACHMENT #1102 To all Marines and FMF Corpsmen: The Bob Swanson Detachment of the Marine Corps League is looking for a few good men. Marines and FMF Corpsmen- active duty, retired, and honorably discharged are eligible to join us. We meet on the second Wednesday at 1900 hours at the Mt. Jewett Veterans Memorial Club (61 E. Main St.) in Mt. Jewett, Pa. For an application or information, contact Commandant Steve Wilcox at 716-307-7958 or Sr. Vice Commandant Mike Mazurkiewicz at 814-225-3789. Semper Fi! 2/3f HOME DELIVERY. A library service available to anyone who can’t leave home because of illness or injury. Please call the S.W. Smith Memorial Library at 814-642-9210 for more information. At this time, service is limited to Port Allegany Borough and Turtlepoint. tf GAME COMMISSION URGES, ‘GET OUTDOORS PA!’ The agency has signed on as a flagship partner in initiative. Never kayaked before, but itching to give it a try? Been hearing a lot about geocaching but have no idea what it means? These and many other activities are being offered across the state in public spaces, such as state and community parks, through the Get Outdoors PA program. The Pennsylvania Game Commission recently signed on as a flagship partner for the Get Outdoors PA initiative. The Game Commission will provide information and guidance on outdoor recreational opportunities including hunting, shooting and wildlife watching. If the thought of venturing into the outdoors or a new activity alone gives you pause, don’t worry. Get Outdoors PA events are designed as group experiences. Recreation activities include hiking, walking, biking, wildlife-watching, target shooting, rock climbing, geocaching, orienteering, fishing, paddling, backpacking, camping, hunting, wilderness survival, cross-country skiing and snowshoeing. Experienced trip leaders teach skills and take you to the best-kept secrets of our parks, forests and open spaces. Many times the equipment is included in the learning experience, so find an event, and discover places you’ve never been to on Pennsylvania’s scenic lands and waters.
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“Get Outdoors PA events give Pennsylvanians many opportunities to venture afield and connect with wildlife, and not necessarily have to travel far from home to do it,” said R. Matthew Hough, executive director of the Pennsylvania Game Commission. “The Game Commission is proud to be part of this important partnership, and we hope hunters, trappers and wildlife-watchers are among those who take advantage of what the program has to offer.” Log onto the Get Outdoors PA website www.getoutdoorspa.org - to search among hundreds of events taking place all year. Narrow your search to local surroundings, or explore the possibilities throughout the state. The Fish and Boat Commission, Department of Conservation and Natural Resources, Department of Health, Recreation and Park Society and Land Trust Association are among the Game Commission’s partners in this initiative. Get Outdoors PA can increase Pennsylvanians’ knowledge and appreciation of the opportunities that make the Keystone State an outdoor enthusiast’s paradise. Don’t miss your opportunity, visit www.getoutdoorspa.org today and get going! f
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