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  • Click for conservation

    A new Web site called EcologyFund.com lets users conserve land at no cost by clicking on corporate sponsors' ads.

  • Something is polluting the water

    The Washington state health department bans shellfish harvesting in Dungeness Bay, where the Jamestown S'Klallam Tribe has fished for years, because the water is polluted with fecal coliform bacteria from an unknown source.

  • ORVs named one of top threats

    A Wilderness Society report says that off-road vehicle use is one of the most serious threats to wild places.

  • Cold can knock out whirling disease

    New research suggests that trout that spawn in cooler water may be protected from whirling disease.

  • Faith found in forests

    "Religion and the Forests," a new publication by the California-based Religious Campaign for Forest Conservation, calls for an end to commercial logging on public forests.

  • GAO blasts land exchanges

    A report from the Government Accounting Office says that land exchanges by the Forest Service and BLM are rarely in the public's best interest.

  • Conserving connections

    The Chatfield Basin Conservation Network brings together businesspeople, county officials, road builders and environmentalists to preserve open space and wildlife habitat south of Denver, Colo.

  • A massacre is not forgotten

    Sen. Ben Nighthorse Campbell proposes a national historic site for southeastern Colorado, where women, children and elderly Indians were killed by cavalry in the Sand Creek Massacre.

  • Cement glues citizens together

    Pueblo, Colo., citizens, who worked for years to restore air and water polluted by their city's one-time steel mills, now fear a planned cement manufacturing plant will make their newly livable community unlivable and polluted once again.

  • Ranchers forgo their federal lease

    Two ranchers give up their grazing privileges on Idaho's Boise National Forest, blaming rules to protect spawning habitat for endangered salmon.

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