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arrowwood,

name for several woody plants, particularly of the family Caprifoliaceae (honeysucklehoneysuckle,
common name for some members of the Caprifoliaceae, a family comprised mostly of vines and shrubs of the Northern Hemisphere, especially abundant in E Asia and E North America.
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 family), formerly used for making arrows.
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American DG Energy produces clean energy in the form of electricity, space heat, domestic hot water and pool heat at Doral Arrowwood and sells it to the resort at a price lower than the local energy utility.
Arrowwood (Viburnum rafinesquianum), 2 m width by 1.
POWWAA (powwow), ARROWWEED*, OEWWGGER (island in Indonesia), ARROWWOOD
Logistical and technical assistance was provided by numerous staff at Northern Prairie Wildlife Research Center and the Arrowwood, Detroit Lakes, Fergus Falls, Kulm and Valley City USFWS Wetland Management Districts.
Hermit thrushes, red-eyed vireos and yellow-rumped warblers gorged almost exclusively on the berries of such native shrubs as bayberry, northern arrowwood and pokeweed.
Bird-loving landowners should plant shrubs such as northern arrowwood, bayberry, and pokeweed, which produce berries that birds like, he recommends.
Also he attended CPC's Senior Managers Development Programme in Arrowwood, USA.
If you can help with preparations or staffing for Unity '94, please contact Mary Ellen Butler, 4384 Arrowwood Circle, Concord CA 94521, (415) 671-2096; or Rick Horowitz, 4014 N.
Eastern Daylight Time at Doral Arrowwood, located at 975 Anderson Hill Road, Rye Brook, New York.
Photo on pages 26-27 courtesy of Camp Arrowwood, Wears Valley, Tennessee.
Aircraft owners and operators are invited to join Duncan Aviations Regional Avionics Sales Manager Mark Francetic at the Doral Arrowwood resort (975 Anderson Hill Road, Rye Brook, New York, 10573) for the third, free NextGen seminar of the year.
The first two parts of this narrative - in the Winter and Summer 2014 issues--dealt with his trip to Canada and his experiences as a ranch hand in the Arrowwood Creek area.