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Stormwater Management- How To Do In Best Way- Contaminated Runoff
 
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Drainage Water Management Awareness
 
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Presented by Patrick H. Willey, P.E., Wetland and Drainage Engineer, USDA NRCS West National Technology Support Center; Hamid Farahani, Ph.D., Water Management Engineer, USDA NRCS East National Technology Support Center; Ruth Book, Ph.D., P.E., State Conservation Engineer, USDA NRCS Illinois; and Jerry Walker, P.E., Agricultural Engineer, USDA NRCS Central National Technology Support Center Unrestricted agricultural drainage systems contribute to increased loss of nitrates and other soluble constituents that end up in nearby water bodies. This creates economic, environmental, and human health concerns downstream. A prime example is evident in the Mississippi River Basin, within which the nitrate carried in drainage water is contributing to hypoxia in the Gulf of Mexico. Drainage research and extension programs are exploring ways to reduce the potential environmental impacts of agricultural drainage while retaining its agronomic benefits. Some practices that can reduce nitrate loads on drained soils include: growing winter forage or cover crops, nutrient management, bioreactors, constructed wetlands, and drainage water management (DWM) or controlled drainage. Controlled drainage is an effective practice for reducing nitrate losses from drainage systems, yet its adoption has not been widespread. This presentation explores the importance of DWM via control structures and its impact on drainage water quantity and quality. Basic DWM planning and implementation information is presented so NRCS conservation planners can begin to add DWM to their toolbox of practices for water quality improvement.
Rice, Apple, Goat, Recreational, Farming and Ranching - America's Heartland
 
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Jason Shoultz visits a California rice farm where a focus on preserving wildlife is important to the farm’s future. Sarah Gardner heads for New England where city folks are a critical element in preserving one family’s farming heritage. Rob Stewart looks at the challenges faced by North Carolina goat ranchers in creating award winning cheese. John Lobertini travels to Utah where one family found success in matching ranching with recreation.
Views: 4394 America's Heartland
Biochar Workshop Part 2, Why to Make Biochar
 
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Visit our website at http://www.livingwebfarms.org for workshops and many free resources for growing food organically. Watch the whole day of the recent Biochar Workshop led by Bob Wells, soil scientist Jon Nilsson and Patryk Battle. Learn how to make biochar and its many beneficial uses including greatly enhancing soil life and fertility. Discover innovative ways to maximize its uses for dynamically carbon negative farming and gardening. To read the article in Cape Cod News and a great turnip recipe, click here. http://bit.ly/1jdsIX4 Special thanks to Steve Heaslip and Cape Cod News for use of the image of turnips and Bob Wells at the Eastham Turnip Festival.
Views: 101093 Living Web Farms
3 Bed, 1.5 Bath 1,870 Sq. Ft. 141 Acres Orchard Park NY
 
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Single Family Property County: ERIE Year Built: 1971 3 total bedroom(s) 1.5 total bath(s) 1 total full bath(s) 1 total half bath(s) Approximately 1870 sq. ft. Two story Style: Split-level Kitchen Basement Living room is 20X14 Kitchen is 20X13 Fireplace(s) Fireplace features: Woodburning 2 car garage Heating features: Electric, Gas Interior features: Copper plumbing, Vinyl flooring, Wall to wall carpeting, Water softener, Workshop, Full basement, Country kitchen, Eat-in kitchen, Formal dining room, Living/dining room combination, Pantry, Walk-in pantry, Electric water heater, Gas water heater, Bedroom(s) on upper level(s) Exterior features: Barn, Deck, Irregular lot, Located in an agricultural district, Paved driveway, Porch, Public water available, Septic sewer system, Sewer service available, Storage/out-building(s), Water supply from well(s) Exterior construction: Brick Golf course lot/frontage Approximate lot is 870X2400 Approximately 141 acre(s)
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Wetlands 101: Introduction to Wetlands
 
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This is the introduction to a four-part eastern Washington Wetlands 101 video series for local government planners in Washington State, particularly those at small jurisdictions with no technical wetland support staff. Future videos in the series will highlight wetland indicators (hydrology, soils, and vegetation). Find other wetland training & education resources here: https://ecology.wa.gov/Water-Shorelines/Wetlands/Education-training.
After the Storm
 
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After the Storm - Envionmental Protection Agency 2006 - EPA 841-C-06-001 - After the Storm: Co-Produced by the U.S. EPA and The Weather Channel. The show highlights three case studies—Santa Monica Bay, the Mississippi River Basin/Gulf of Mexico, and New York City—where polluted runoff threatens watersheds highly valued for recreation, commercial fisheries and navigation, and drinking water. Key scientists and water quality experts, and citizens involved in local and national watershed protection efforts provide insight into the problems as well as solutions to today's water quality challenges. After the Storm also explains simple things people can do to protect their local watershed-such as picking up after one's dog, recycling household hazardous wastes, and conserving water. The program is intended for educational and communication purposes in classrooms, conferences, etc.
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NASA Tech Safeguards CA Water (live public talk)
 
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Original air date: Oct. 19 at 7 p.m. PT (10 p.m. ET, 0200 UTC) California is is prone to both droughts and flood. There is a great disparity between where and when precipitation falls, where people live, and where crops are grown. To deal with these issues, the state has a vast array of infrastructure in place to store, channel and convey water, much of which also serves to protect against floods. Monitoring and maintaining the infrastructure that carries water where it is needed it is both critical and an enormous undertaking, involving local, state, and federal resources. Most of the monitoring is done through visual inspection from vehicles or on foot, a formidable task that affords neither frequent nor comprehensive measurements. Researchers at JPL are working to change that, using techniques developed for Earth science to measure Earth surface deformation using airborne radar. This game-changing technology has been applied to detect subsidence (sinking) of sections of the California Aqueduct during the recent drought and to identify levees that are subsiding in the Sacramento delta. In this lecture, Jones describes how NASA uses a high-resolution, airborne radar to identify these hazards before they can become disasters. Speaker: Dr. Cathleen E. Jones - Signals Analysis Engineer, JPL
Habitat Restoration Fundamentals
 
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Monarch Butterfly Conservation Webinar Series. Presented by Eric Lee-Mader, Pollinator Conservation Program Co-Director, Xerces Society for Invertebrate Conservation. February 12, 2015. This webinar will examine the step-by-step procedures for designing, installing, and managing native plant communities specifically designed for monarch breeding. Among the topics to be explored are initial planning considerations, formulating seed mixes, site preparation and weed abatement, and long-term land management practices. Real world case studies will be provided, and successful approaches in multiple eco-regions will be described.
Basics of the National Flood Insurance Program
 
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The National Flood Insurance Program aims to reduce the impact of flooding on private and public structures. It does so by providing affordable insurance to property owners and by encouraging communities to adopt and enforce floodplain management regulations. This webinar will address: • Who needs to buy flood insurance? • How do they purchase it? • What if their community doesn’t participate in NFIP? • What does flood insurance cover? Presenter: Ally Bishop, FEMA Region VII Manager for NFIP Bureau and Statistical support offices. This webinar was recorded on December 13, 2017.
Trends in Nutrients and Pesticides in the Nation's Rivers
 
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http://gallery.usgs.gov/videos/773 Congressional Briefing at the Capitol Visitors Center on April 11, 2014. The briefing focuses on the Mississippi River Basin, which covers about 40% of the nation and represents a wide range of important climatic, agricultural, and urban influences that are present throughout the country. Note: Suzanne Bricker will also present information about efforts at the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) to trace the health of the Nation's valuable estuaries and will explain how information learned from NAWQA's monitoring and assessments make estuarine protection more effective.
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Water in the 21st Century: The National Water Census
 
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http://gallery.usgs.gov/videos/511 Eric Evenson, coordinator of the National Water Census discuses a new set of water resource challenges brought on by the 21st century. Even in normal water years, water shortages and use conflicts have become commonplace in many areas of the United States — especially competition among crop irrigation, growing cities and communities, and energy production. Over the next 10 years, the USGS plans to conduct a new assessment of water availability and use. This national Water Census will address critical aspects of recent Federal legislation, including the need to establish a national water assessment program.
Views: 1425 USGS
Climate Change and Land Use Impacts on Freshwater Mussels
 
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http://gallery.usgs.gov/videos/671 This presentation, "Breaking Traditional Barriers to Model Climate Change and Land Use Impacts on Freshwater Mussels", is a part of the Climate Change Science and Management Webinar Series from the USGS National Climate Change and Wildlife Science Center and the FWS National Conservation Training Center.
Views: 1077 USGS
As the Seas Rise, Can We Restore Our Coastal Habitats?
 
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Steven Handel, Distinguished Professor of Ecology and Evolution, Rutgers University Visiting Professor in Landscape Architecture, Graduate School of Design, Harvard University As sea levels rise, the potential loss of coastal habitats is a threat across the globe. This is of particular concern in the eastern United States, where coastlines are largely developed and offer few open spaces for habitats to move inland if present natural lands are lost. Considering the current conditions of coastlines, as well as future development scenarios, Steven Handel will discuss strategies to help maintain our coastal character and the ecological services of coastal habitats that are critical to the social, cultural, and environmental well-being of our region. Presented by Harvard Museum of Natural History in collaboration with the Association to Preserve Cape Cod Recorded - February 27, 2018
May 8, 2018 City Council Meeting
 
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City of Niagara Falls Council Meeting for May 8, 2018. You can view the agenda here: https://niagarafalls.civicweb.net/document/9475?splitscreen=true
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The White House Hosts a Water Summit
 
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In honor of World Water Day, the White House hosts a Water Summit in South Court Auditorium to shine a spotlight on the importance of cross-cutting, creative solutions to solving the water problems of today, as well as to highlight the innovative strategies that will catalyze change in how we use, conserve, protect, and think about water in the years to come, March 22, 2016.
Views: 2363 The Obama White House
EPA Administrators "In Their Own Words"
 
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Accessible version: http://yosemite.epa.gov/opa/mmwebcon.nsf/HTML/KCHK-7DXKU4?OpenDocument EPA former administrators Bill Ruckelshaus, Lee Thomas, and Christine Todd-Whitman share stories of their tenure at the EPA. For more information about former administrators go to http://www.epa.gov/history/administrators/index.htm For more about EPA: http://www.epa.gov/ We accept comments according to our comment policy: http://blog.epa.gov/blog/comment-policy/ Disclaimer: The U.S. Government does not promote or endorse any non-Government or commercial content appearing on this page.
Sustainability Planning and Climate Change Considerations
 
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Presented by Donald Fournier - BEAP, CEM, LEED AP; Energy Consultant for Illinois Association of County Board Members and Commissioners
InFocus: Environmental protections and initiatives in Massachusetts
 
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This Sunday on 22News InFocus our panel of guests represent organizations that are involved with environmental protection efforts in Massachusetts.
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Iowa Press Governor Debate
 
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Gov. Terry Branstad (R) and Sen. Jack Hatch (D) Thursday, August 14 - 4:00 p.m. Penningroth Media Center Iowa State Fairgrounds Iowa Press continues its focus on the issues that matter most to Iowans with the Iowa Press Debate for the upcoming governor’s race. Gubernatorial candidates discuss their platforms, concerns and future plans for the state of Iowa, and Iowa Press host Dean Borg moderates. Visit our FAIR 2014 page! http://www.iptv.org/fair/
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Workshop:  Renewable Natural Gas – Driving Value for the Natural Gas and Biogas Sectors- 1
 
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NOTE: If you need captions, please click the CC button on the player to turn them on. This video presents a recording of the morning session of a technical workshop hosted by EPA’s Natural Gas STAR and Methane Challenge Programs on September 26, 2017. This session includes the welcome message, introductions, and the full content from Panel 1: Renewable Natural Gas (RNG) Project Case Studies. The case studies include: Newtown Creek Renewable Gas Demonstration; RNG from Parris, CA Organics Digester; RNG for Green Electricity from Livestock Waste in Missouri and North Carolina; and RNG from Processed Landfill Gas. For more information about EPA’s Natural Gas STAR and Methane Challenge Programs, go to https://www.epa.gov/natural-gas-star-program/ For more about EPA: https://www.epa.gov/ We accept comments according to our comment policy: https://blog.epa.gov/blog/comment-policy/
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Clean Energy Forum on American Leadership
 
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Commerce Secretary Gary Locke and Energy Secretary Steven Chu host a forum on American Leadership in the emerging clean energy economy. October 22, 2009. (Public Domain)
Views: 6938 The Obama White House
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Geographic information system
 
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A geographic information system (GIS) is a computer system designed to capture, store, manipulate, analyze, manage, and present all types of geographical data. The acronym GIS is sometimes used for geographical information science or geospatial information studies to refer to the academic discipline or career of working with geographic information systems and is a large domain within the broader academic discipline of Geoinformatics. GIS can be thought of as a system that provides spatial data entry, management, retrieval, analysis, and visualization functions. The implementation of a GIS is often driven by jurisdictional (such as a city), purpose, or application requirements. Generally, a GIS implementation may be custom-designed for an organization. Hence, a GIS deployment developed for an application, jurisdiction, enterprise, or purpose may not be necessarily interoperable or compatible with a GIS that has been developed for some other application, jurisdiction, enterprise, or purpose. What goes beyond a GIS is a spatial data infrastructure, a concept that has no such restrictive boundaries. This video is targeted to blind users. Attribution: Article text available under CC-BY-SA Creative Commons image source in video
Views: 669 Audiopedia
Designing the Urban Ark: Biodiversity and the Future of Cities
 
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Lecture by Kristina Hill - Associate Professor and Director of Landscape Architecture, University of Virginia Dr. Kristina Hill outlines a vision for biodiversity and urban planning based on human self-interest, development conditions, climate change, and lessons learned in other regions of the United States. The lecture series, New Directions in EcoPlanning, is presented by the Harvard Museum of Natural History and supported by a generous gift from Michael Dyett (AB ’68, MRP ’72) and Heidi Richardson.
Desalination
 
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Desalination, desalinization, and desalinisation refer to any of several processes that remove some amount of salt and other minerals from saline water. More generally, desalination may also refer to the removal of salts and minerals, as in soil desalination. This video targeted to blind users. Attribution: Article text available under CC-BY-SA Creative Commons image source in video
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Electronic waste
 
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Electronic waste describes discarded electrical or electronic devices. There is a lack of consensus as to whether the term should apply to resale, reuse, and refurbishing industries, or only to a product that cannot be used for its intended purpose. Informal processing of electronic waste in developing countries may cause serious health and pollution problems, though these countries are also most likely to reuse and repair electronics. All electronic scrap components, such as CRTs, may contain contaminants such as lead, cadmium, beryllium, or brominated flame retardants. Even in developed countries recycling and disposal of e-waste may involve significant risk to workers and communities and great care must be taken to avoid unsafe exposure in recycling operations and leaking of materials such as heavy metals from landfills and incinerator ashes. Scrap industry and U.S. EPA officials agree that materials should be managed with caution This video is targeted to blind users. Attribution: Article text available under CC-BY-SA Creative Commons image source in video
Views: 131 Audiopedia
Road
 
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A road is a thoroughfare, route, or way on land between two places, which has been paved or otherwise improved to allow travel by some conveyance, including a horse, cart, or motor vehicle. Roads consist of one, or sometimes two, roadways (British English: carriageways) each with one or more lanes and also any associated sidewalks (British English: pavement) and road verges. Roads that are available for use by the public may be referred to as public roads or highways. This video is targeted to blind users. Attribution: Article text available under CC-BY-SA Creative Commons image source in video
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Our Ocean Conference: Nutrient Pollution
 
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Panel on Nutrient Pollution - moderated by Jackie Alder, UN Environment Programme - at the Our Ocean Conference at the U.S. Department of State on June 16, 2014. Speakers: Nancy Rabalais (Louisiana Universities Marine Consortium), Daniel Conley (Lund University), Crispin d'Auvergne (Government of Saint Lucia), and Kari Niedfeldt-Thomas (The Mosaic Company)
NASA Tech Safeguards CA Water | The von Kármán Lecture | Live Public Talk
 
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California is is prone to both droughts and flood. There is a great disparity between where and when precipitation falls, where people live, and where crops are grown. To deal with these issues, the state has a vast array of infrastructure in place to store, channel and convey water, much of which also serves to protect against floods. Monitoring and maintaining the infrastructure that carries water where it is needed it is both critical and an enormous undertaking, involving local, state, and federal resources. Most of the monitoring is done through visual inspection from vehicles or on foot, a formidable task that affords neither frequent nor comprehensive measurements. Researchers at JPL are working to change that, using techniques developed for Earth science to measure Earth surface deformation using airborne radar. This game-changing technology has been applied to detect subsidence (sinking) of sections of the California Aqueduct during the recent drought and to identify levees that are subsiding in the Sacramento delta. In this lecture, Jones describes how NASA uses a high-resolution, airborne radar to identify these hazards before they can become disasters. Speaker: Dr. Cathleen E. Jones - Signals Analysis Engineer, JPL Credits: NASA-JPL ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Best Space Books and Sci-Fi: A FREE SPACE Recommendation Soonish: Ten Emerging Technologies That Will Improve and/or Ruin Everything by Dr. Kelly Weinersmith and Zach Weinersmith https://www.bookdepository.com/Soonish-Dr-Kelly-Weinersmith/9781846148996/?a_aid=Booklibrary Planet Hunters: The Search for Extraterrestrial Life by Lucas Ellerbroek, translated by Andy Brown https://www.bookdepository.com/Planet-Hunters-Lucas-Ellerbroek/9781780238142/?a_aid=Booklibrary ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- FOLLOW THE CHANNEL ON TWITTER https://twitter.com/FREESPACELIVE Enjoy, Share, Like and Subscribe:) #NASA #Goddard #Nasalive #NasaTV #Space #Exploration #JPL #Science #Pluto #SpaceX #ScienceChannel #Astronomy #Space #Exploration #aircraft #aviation #rocket #Mars #Scientist #Moon #Orion Public Lecture | Science Lecture | Physics Lecture | Nasa Lecture | The von Kármán Lecture | Astronomy Lecture | California Drought |
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White House Forum on Environmental Justice (Part 1)
 
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Senior Administration officials, including Attorney General Eric Holder and EPA Administrator Lisa Jackson, hold a forum to discuss ways to ensure that overburdened and low-income communities have the opportunity to enjoy the health and economic benefits of a clean environment. December 15, 2010.
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02/16/17 Board of Zoning Appeals Meeting
 
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Fish Predation on Salmonids Workshop - Operations
 
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Ron Milligan (U.S. Bureau of Reclamation) gives an overview of Central Valley Project operations at the State of the Science Workshop on Fish Predation on Salmonids in the Bay-Delta Watershed.
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Indiana Newsdesk, August 11, 2017 Public Defense System & Terre Haute Budget
 
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More News: http://www.wtiunews.org "Indiana Newsdesk" In part two of our investigation into the state’s public defense system – the problem with plea deals. Public defenders are burdened with more cases than they can try… and clients suffer. Terre Haute’s money troubles are mounting. The state says the city must cut spending by $8 million. Coming up, what the city plans to do to reduce its debt, and why some are accusing the mayor of not being transparent. Plus, the latest on the U.S. Senate race and top federal officials visit the Hoosier state.
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Loeb Fellowship 45th Anniversary Lectures: Interchange #2
 
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Loeb Event, offsite at Distrct Hall, Boston. Second panel.
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KHOU 11 Tracking Harvey
 
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Sharper Focus/Wider Lens: Food and the City
 
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Featuring leading MSU faculty: Michael Hamm, Ph.D.; David Tschirley, Ph.D.; Christopher Peterson, Ph.D.; and Helen Velt, Ph.D.
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House Session 2012-06-01 (09:01:17-10:01:42)
 
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Three minute signal loss at 14:30. One Minute Speeches (5 per side) Continue Consideration of H.R. 5325 - Energy and Water Development and Related Agencies Appropriations Act, 2013 (Open Rule) (Sponsored by Rep. Rodney Frelinghuysen / Appropriations Committee) The rule provides for no further general debate and makes in order any amendment offered that complies with the House rules. Special Order Speeches
Views: 352 CSPANHouse2012
House Session 2012-06-01 (10:01:22-11:04:18)
 
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Three minute signal loss at 14:30. One Minute Speeches (5 per side) Continue Consideration of H.R. 5325 - Energy and Water Development and Related Agencies Appropriations Act, 2013 (Open Rule) (Sponsored by Rep. Rodney Frelinghuysen / Appropriations Committee) The rule provides for no further general debate and makes in order any amendment offered that complies with the House rules. Special Order Speeches
Views: 255 CSPANHouse2012
House Session 2011-07-11 (13:59:45-15:01:55)
 
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Resume consideration of H.R. 2354--Energy and Water Development and Related Agencies Appropriations Act, 2012.
Views: 465 CSPANHouse2011