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  • Biochar makeover for abandoned mines?

    Biochar makeover for abandoned mines?

    Researchers are trying to restore the damaged, acidic soil around abandoned hardrock mines with the help of biochar, a special form of charcoal.

  • New Hope for the Delta

    New Hope for the Delta

    During the worst drought in more than a century, the Colorado River may flow to the sea once more.

  • Border restoration’s odd couple

    In southwestern Arizona, the U.S. Border Patrol is working with Cocopah Indians and environmentalists to restore a degraded, crime-ridden wetland called Hunters Hole.

  • A downside to downing dams?

    Removing dams is more a complex experiment than a panacea, as Arizona’s Fossil Creek shows.

  • Riparian restoration guru

    Bill Zeedyk lets the water do the work

  • Help is on the way for the nation’s forest workers

    The Forest Service is making changes that promise to improve the quality of life for the workers who thin and restore the nation's forests.

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