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  • Book Reviews

    How rivers really run

    Courses in Applied Fluvial Geomorphology, Stream Classification and Applications and River Assessment and Monitoring are offered.

  • Book Reviews

    The plumber's guide to the Colorado Basin

    Artist Lester Dore's map of the plumbing of the Colorado Basin is available as a poster.

  • News

    Thou shalt not build a dam

    Pueblo Bishop Arthur Tafoya agrees with the Catholic Human Development Commission that the Animas-La Plata water project is wasteful and destructive.

  • News

    Dam project called a "bungle' and a "porker'

    The Catholic Diocese of Pueblo, Colo., blasts the proposed Animas-La Plata water project as an "environmental, economic and social bungle."

  • News

    South Dakota pulls plug on Missouri River meetings

    South Dakota withdraws from the Missouri River Basin Association, claiming frustration with bureaucracy.

  • News

    Dam project could get a free ride

    Colorado Republican Sen. Ben Nighthorse Campbell seeks to push ahead with dam construction on Animas-La Plata.

  • Book Reviews

    All about river guides

    Grand Canyon River Guides puts out "boatman's quarterly review."

  • Book Reviews

    Restoring a watershed

    The Sierra Club's map of the Spokane-Coeur d'Alene watershed draws attention to the area's pollution and offers advice.

  • News

    Economist discovers what a free river is worth

    Economist John Loomis puts a price tag on the value of tearing down two Elwha River dams and restoring the salmon runs on the river.

  • News

    Dan Beard resigns

    Dan Beard resigns as director of the Bureau of Reclamation to the disappointment of environmentalists.

  • Book Reviews

    Rescuing Colorado's rivers

    The nonprofit Colorado Rivers Alliance aims to protect and restore Colorado rivers.

  • Related Stories

    Harold Vangilder

    Sierra Vista City Councilman Harold Vangilder defends human use of the San Pedro River.

  • Related Stories

    Sandy Anderson

    Arizona naturalist Sandy Anderson tries to educate people about the wildlife of the San Pedro.

  • Feature

    The Southwest's last real river: Will it flow on?

    Arizona's San Pedro River - the Southwest's last natural low-desert river - still faces a number of threats to its survival.

  • Book Reviews

    Rivers in jeopardy

    American Rivers includes four Western rivers in its list of the nation's 10 most endangered.

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