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  • Hikers can bear grizzlies

    Greater Ecosystem Alliance says restoring grizzly bear populations won't interfere with recreationists.

  • Water planning in the desert

    Nevada State Division of Water Planning drafts new policy to guide water-planning decisions.

  • Green buzzword

    Grand Canyon Trust and National Park Service hold symposium.

  • Save a river

    David Bolling's book How to Save a River offers advice to activists.

  • Return of Compound 1080?

    The deadly poison Compound 1080 may be used against predators in the West.

  • Dueling studies

    An injunction to prohibit grazing in habitat for endangered salmon provokes opposing studies.

  • Sue the cattle

    New activist group called the Alliance for Property Rights fights for an end to open range.

  • What every land trust should know

    Colorado Coalition of Land Trusts holds workshop.

  • Utah publisher celebrates 25

    Utah publisher Gibbs Smith celebrates 25th anniversary of his company.

  • Plenty of room in Colorado

    Report by U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service says Colorado can support at least 1,128 wolves.

  • A calm book on diet, health and the environment

    Peter R. Cheeke's book Impacts of Livestock Production takes a thoughtful look at grazing.

  • Prairie potholes

    Workshop on prairie wetlands set for Bismarck, North Dakota.

  • Big bad bear

    Art exhibit and magazine take on Smokey Bear.

  • House of straw

    The Last Straw quarterly covers straw-bale housing construction.

  • House of Garbage

    A new house in Missoula, Mont., showcases recycled building materials.

  • Strangelove Park

    Park Service considers historic preservation of Minuteman silos in South Dakota.

  • Where wolves roamed

    Matt Dietz suggests new potential location for wolf reintroduction.

  • Guide for green loggers

    Forest Trust publishes guide for environmentally aware logging and forest use.

  • Self-reliant homes

    Review of The Independent Home: Living Well with Power from the Sun, Wind and Water by Michael Potts.

  • Trail volunteers rewarded

    Adopt-a-Trail program thrives in Idaho's Targhee National Forest.

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