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  • 'Greens' bulldoze a conservation effort

    Three self-described environmentalists anger residents of Springdale, Utah, when they decide to develop the nearby Rockville Bench area rather than preserve it.

  • 'I saved Jack Taylor's life'

    In his own words, San Luis mayor and saloon-owner Joe Espinoza talks about the community's problems with the Taylor Ranch owners.

  • 'It was God's country'

    Resident Dee Dee Arnaud remembers the Tucson of her childhood and mourns the changes she has found on her return.

  • 'Let's get it resolved'

    Environmentalist-turned-zoning-consultant Ron Asta describes his journey through Tucson's land-use politics.

  • 'Our first focus is the landowner'

    Lynne Sherrod of the Colo. Cattlemen's Agricultural Land Trust talks about how ranchers save open space. Rancher Jay Fetcher came up with the idea of a cattleman's land trust when his family began to look for ways to preserve their Yampa Valley lands.

  • 'People have a voice'

    Environmental activist Gayle Hartmann talks about the long struggle to keep development under control.

  • 'Sticking around' for an alpine valley

    Attilio Genasci has devoted himself to preserving land in Sierra Valley, Calif., where he has lived and farmed for 96 years

  • 'The growth wasn't organic'

    Wendy Fisher of Utah Open Lands talks about how her land trust group began in booming Park City.

  • 'The party is over'

    Tucscon residents Doug and Christina McVie describe the developers' assault on desert.

  • 'We didn't even know what a land trust was'

    Rondal Snodgrass of Sanctuary Forest describes how his land trust group has saved old growth in Northern California.

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