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Briney Colorado still defies salty solutions

October 16, 1981

One thousand miles upriver from Mexico's farmers, in Colorado's Grand Valley, the federal effort to control salinity is floundering.

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Briney Colorado still defies salty solutions
One thousand miles upriver from Mexico's farmers, in Colorado's Grand Valley, the federal effort to control salinity is floundering.
Sickness and health ... or profit and loss
The changes that Congress makes to the Clean Air Act when the act is renewed are sure to have an effect on the Rocky Mountain West.

Perspective

Profiting from parks: None of Watt's business
Virtually every hotel, store, gas station and restaurant in the national parks is a private, profit-making enterprise. Regulation of these businesses is one of the most important and least understood issues in public land management.