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Southern red-backed salamander

Southern red-backed salamander

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I AM AN ECOSYSTEM: Part Duo

Last month I learned that Chattanooga was once a coastline and that a bluebird is not really blue — but it is related to a dinosaur.

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I AM AN ECOSYSTEM: Part Duo

Last month I learned that Chattanooga was once a coastline and that a bluebird is not really blue — but it is related to a dinosaur.

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Wounded Warriors Find Healing on the Water

With the help of a volunteer, veteran Johnathan Grimes moved from his wheelchair into his kayak, and the two set off down the Tennessee River from the drop-in at Chester Frost Park.

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The Church of Karst

The first time Tim White went caving might have been his last.

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The ride of a lifetime

“I’m thinking about doing something epic and I’m wondering if you want to do it with me,” says the voice on the other end of the line. “How epic is epic?” comes the reply.

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Pump It!

If you’ve stumbled upon the Spears Avenue trailhead at Stringer’s Ridge, you know it’s not like other trailheads.

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There’s a new watersport in town

The Scenic City has a love affair with various forms of paddling, and surfski is very much the new girl.

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I AM AN ECOSYSTEM

Part One

This story starts my journey to becoming a certified state naturalist, which begins on a muddy path edged with pastures that pop with phlox and bloodroot.

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Breaking the Cycle

When the USA Cycling Pro Championship rolls through Chattanooga at the end of this month, Chattanooga rider Stephanie Rynas will be back in the saddle, so-to-speak.

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The Legend of the Ocoee River

Along the Ocoee, the redbuds are blooming, the delicate branches so laden with flowers they drop petals like wishes into the water.

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Hitting the Half: Ironman 70.3 Chattanooga

Let us take you back to last September.

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rethinking ENERGY

Local initiative improves energy efficiency through community involvement

What if Chattanooga could win $5 million and reduce energy consumption in three of Chattanooga’s lowest-income areas at the same time?

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Retreat and Recover

Chicks Unhitched program connects women with nature.

Loaded with Love

When you’re a small business, everything’s big—from logistics to legalities.

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