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We are only as healthy as our environment, and small changes can make an impact. On World Environment Day, here are some changes you can make:

♻️ Bring your own bags to the grocery store
♻️ Try to purchase less packaged items
♻️ Carry a reusable water bottle
♻️ Purchase items secondhand

Learn more ways you can get involved:
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Planning to hunt deer in Nebraska in 2023? 🦌 Hunters should be aware of these changes:

📷: Jeff Kurrus
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Spring and summer are hunting, fishing, camping, and hiking seasons. It is also the time of year when ticks are out.

Here are a few tips to keep you safe from looming tick bites. ⬇️⬇️⬇️

👍DRESS – Wear protective clothing when practical. Light-colored clothing helps make ticks more visible. When hiking, wear a long-sleeved shirt tucked into pants, long pants tucked into high socks and over-the-ankle shoes to keep ticks out.
👍DEET – Insect repellents also reduce the risk of bites. When outdoors, use insect repellant containing 20 to 30 percent DEET on exposed skin and clothing for protection that lasts up to several hours.
👍AVOID – Ticks are usually found on vegetation close to the ground. In addition to regular mowing, avoid wooded or bushy areas with tall grass and leaf litter, and walk in the center of trails.
👍CHECK - Check yourself at least every two hours for ticks when outside for extended periods of time. Pay special attention to areas in and around your hair, ears, armpits, groin, navel and backs of the knees.

Promptly remove a tick if one is found. The sooner a tick is removed, the less chance it has to transmit a disease to its host.

If you find a tick, grasp the tick with tweezers as close to the skin as possible and slowly pull it straight out. Do not crush or puncture the tick and try to avoid touching the tick with your bare hands. Thoroughly disinfect the bite area and wash your hands immediately after removal.

Also examine pets and gear, as ticks can ride into the home on animals, coats, backpacks, blankets, etc.
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Most people have “stuff” lying around the house – a screw left over from self-installed window blinds, a rubber band from a pile of bills in the mailbox, or the frayed ends of a dusty rope in the corner of the garage. By themselves, they are little more than objects whose lives will probably end in a landfill.

Yet with a little bit of imagination, these items could be fashioned into fishing lures – a chance at a story that goes beyond the catch and centers instead on creating the lure that caught the fish.

Read "Make a Lure":

📷&📝: Jeff Kurrus
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Today's Photo of The Day, taken and submitted by The Ole KANSAS Farmer. Taken on June 3rd near Buckeye, KS.

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Todays Photo of The Day, taken and submitted by The Ole KANSAS Farmer.  Taken on June 3rd near Buckeye, KS.  

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The importance of sunscreen. 😂

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The importance of sunscreen. 😂

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That’s awesome 👍

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Photo of the day taken and submitted by The Ole Kansas Farmer near Buckeye, KS.

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Photo of the day taken and submitted by The Ole Kansas Farmer near Buckeye, KS.  

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Is a mechanic buried there?

I planted several boxend seeds when I lived near Buckeye. Maybe we need to road trip by the farm and see if they need watering again!

Anyone have 10mm socket seeds available?

Must be a 9 /16" wrench a farmer lost! One of many 9/16" wrenches in farm fields .😊

Going fishing this weekend? “Fish on us” for free June 3 and 4!

KDWP invites you and your family to get outdoors by visiting our public fishing waters and enjoy free fishing on June 3 and 4, 2023! While other fishing regulations apply, such as length and creel limits, anglers can enjoy fishing public waters without a license during this annual two-day event.

For more details, call your local KDWP office or check out our online resources at:

Here are a few resources to get you started:
🐟Fishing Licenses:
🐟Fishing Regulations:
🐟Where to Fish:
🐟Education and Special Programs:
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