Dallas Mavericks partner with ProFitX

Brooklyn, NY, United States, August 25, 2021 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) – The Dallas Mavericks and ProFitX have announced a multi-year sports partnership. This partnership will provide invaluable information for Dallas Mavericks athletes, coaches and front office to build and grow their roster throughout the year while enabling their athletes to maximize their full potential. “The Dallas Mavericks are thrilled to partner with ProFitX. Their advanced technologies will provide us with the tools that will allow us to gain a significant competitive advantage, ”said Mark Cuban, owner of Dallas Mavericks. “And that’s…

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Department of Wildlife Resources Hosts Chronic Disease Information Meetings in New River Valley

MONTGOMERY COUNTY, Va. (WDBJ) – The recent discovery of chronic waste disease in a deer that was harvested in Montgomery County is prompting rapid action from the Department of Wildlife Resources. The DWR is hosting a series of information meetings on chronic waste diseases (CWDs) found in part of the New River Valley. “We wanted to meet the hunters and discuss with them the various changes they can expect this fall in terms of hunting regulations, carcass transport, feed regulations,” said Megan Kirchgessner, a veterinarian. of wildlife, at WDBJ7. “We…

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Indiana Farmers Receive Statewide ‘River-Friendly Farmer’ Award at State Fair – Clinton County Daily News

Indiana’s lakes, rivers, streams and wetlands are valuable natural resources. Protecting these water resources is imperative and 47 farmers were honored on August 18 at the Indianapolis State Fairgrounds for their efforts in favor of rivers. “Honoring these farmers each year for their conservation efforts is a high priority for the State Association of Soil and Water Conservation Districts. We are delighted to be able to meet in person and thank us for helping us improve water quality and strengthen soil health across the state, ”said Bobby Hettmansperger, Chairman of…

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Editorial: Do your part to help conserve water – Albert Lea Tribune

Although water is life, we too often take it for granted. Minnesota has always been blessed with an abundance of water, above and below the ground. But we have learned that the pollution of our lakes, rivers and wells can harm us and wildlife. This summer, we are reminded that it is not just about water quality, but an adequate supply of water that we cannot take for granted. The long and severe drought makes recreation on lakes and rivers more difficult. But more importantly, it puts a strain on…

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