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Giving thanks and looking forward
Giving thanks and looking forward
Colorado can boast it was the cradle of wilderness
California’s sweeping new groundwater regulations
California’s sweeping new groundwater regulations
Will the law finally mean better aquifer management for the drought-stricken state?
Will falling oil prices kill the shale revolution?
Will falling oil prices kill the shale revolution?
The current drilling boom is more sensitive to price fluctuations than its predecessors.
Timberland herbicide spraying sickens a community
Timberland herbicide spraying sickens a community
Companies deposit thousands of pounds of herbicides each year on Oregon forests.
Tar sands mining, up front and grotesque
Tar sands mining, up front and grotesque
The push is on to “take back” public lands
Western states eye federal lands - again
Western states eye federal lands - again
The ultra-right ‘remedy’ for public lands.
Midterm races to watch
Midterm races to watch
Only a handful of seats are truly up for grabs, including two in the West, and they’re being fiercely contested.