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  • Dear Friends

    Fear and loathing in HCNland: Readers react to HCN’s planned redesign

  • The Latest Bounce

    Money is coming in for Colorado’s Great Sand Dunes National Park & Baca National Wildlife Refuge; studies show cumulative impacts of oil development on Alaska’s North Shore; EPA ends water studies at Denver’s Lowry Superfund site; General Accounting Offic

  • Short Takes

    "Connecting Through local Foods" conference; Hazel Wolf Environmental Film Festival; Arkansas River Basin Water Forum; National Planning Conference; "Where lies the future of the Northern Plains?" essay contest

  • Ranching is preventing sprawl

    Ranching is preventing sprawl

  • Heard Around the West

    Vive la France!; anglers block fish contest; Libertarians are coming; ski industry vs. climate change; ski industry and big bucks; outdoor Internet; slamming Seattle; hot water & hot girls at the EPA; and Colorado Central knows its duct tape

  • Dear Friends

    This isn’t the first time HCN has had a face-lift; a prowl through the storage shed resurrects HCNs of times past

  • The Latest Wrinkle

    HCN staff fights the winter blues with a little April foolishness

  • Forest Service fights red tape

    HCN staff fights the winter blues with a little April foolishness

  • Emmet Gowin: Changing the Earth

    Changing the Earth, title of both a book and a traveling exhibit, showcases Emmet Gowin’s strangely beautiful aerial photographs of human-altered landscapes

  • Heard Around the West

    Wenatchee, Wash., has a new sweet-smelling phone book; rodeo beats dancing in Wyoming; Moab, Utah, is not happy about MOAB the bomb; sage grouse walk on the wild side; shoes at sea; dogs vs. snakes in Reno; and mind-boggling California developments in the

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