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Jump-Start Your Wellness Resolution

Cooler temperatures can slow down our physical activity routines and holiday celebrations can make healthy choices less than easy. Think ahead to the new year — imagine starting the year off already having made progress on your personal and organizational wellness goals. Here are eigh
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FOUNDATION PROMOTES “YEAR OF JOSIAH HENSON”

  As the Foundation works to raise funds for the new Josiah Henson Museum & Education Center, we are fortunate to be working with many partners who are helping us get the word out about this great Abolitionist! On August 10th, the Foundation sponsored a screening of the new docume
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How to Prevent Ticks and Still Enjoy the Outdoors

  If there was ever a pest that’s more hated than mosquitoes, it is probably ticks. Like mosquitoes, ticks feed on the blood of a host, but unlike mosquitoes, ticks bite deeply and stay attached for days before they drop off. If that’s not enough reason to dislike them, a [&helli
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Olmsted Parks Conservancy Breaks Guinness World Record

The Buffalo Olmsted Conservancy has broken the record for the longest line of pink flamingo lawn ornaments. Olmsted staff, volunteers, and supporters spent the better part of the morning staking the bright pink birds into the lawn at Bidwell Parkway. An adjudicator from Guinness World
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Lessons in Community Gardening

Community gardens throughout the United States provide children and adults the space and opportunity to grow their own foods. These gardens cultivate lifelong lessons about the origins of what we consume but can also foster the desire for healthy, fresh eating. READ MORE
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