Backbone Mountain


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Backbone Mountain,

peak, 3,360 ft (1,024 m) high, NW Md., in the Allegheny Mts.; highest elevation in the state.
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Max and Katharine Dubansky, along with their children, Grace, 19; Leon, 17; Iris, 10; and Tessa, 6, live on a 106-acre organic farm located at the foot of Backbone Mountain in Oakland, Maryland.
Pre Bid Conference: November 17, 2016 at 9:00 am - Near project site, intersection of RT 219 and Kempton Road (WV RT9) Near the quarry on Backbone Mountain
We sampled katydid calling patterns using sound recordings made in a mature oak-hickory forest on Backbone Mountain, Carrett County, MD (39[degrees] 26' S0" N, 79[degrees] 13' 24" W, elevation 922 m), during the late summer and fall of 2007.
Army and the Department of Energy, comes from the Mountaineer Wind Energy Center, a wind farm perched on West Virginia's Backbone Mountain.
While kids at Garrett boot camps -- Backbone Mountain, Meadow Mountain and Savage Mountain -- were marching to barked orders, those at the Allegany camps were studying stream biology, exploring caves, finding fossils and scuba diving.
7, about 4 1/2 months after allegations of excessive force surfaced at three western Maryland camps - Savage Mountain, Backbone Mountain and Meadow Mountain - a task force determined that abuse and beatings had indeed occurred at the locations since August.
The first wind facility to be built and operated in Maryland, the 70-megawatt (MW) Criterion Wind Project consists of 28 wind turbines constructed over an eight-mile stretch along Backbone Mountain in Garrett County.
IT - Invitation to Bid (ITB):16-MX-044 Furnish and Construct a Pavilion at Backbone Mountain Youth Center
Running along the ridge of Backbone Mountain, the Mountaineer Wind Energy Center is comprised of 44 wind turbines.
West Virginia Governor Bob Wise today joined FPL Energy, Exelon Corporation and about 150 guests in Tucker County to dedicate the largest wind farm east of the Mississippi River along the windy ridge of Backbone Mountain north of Thomas, West Virginia.
Notes: A pre-bid conference and mandatory site visit will be held on May 12, 2016 beginning promptly at 10:00 AM at the Backbone Mountain Youth Center located at 124 Camp Four Road, Swanton, Maryland 21562.