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High Country News June 24, 1985

Murky language lands an EIS in deep water

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Murky language lands an EIS in deep water

If a court ruling holds up, federal bureaucrats may have to re-think how they write Environmental Impact Statements.

Arizona farmers get a reprieve as CAP water makes its debut

In an area stressed by groundwater depletion, farmers and politicians watch as the first trickle of Central Arizona Project water flows.

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Idaho forests to get $1.3 billion in roads

Northern Idaho's three National Forests plan to build 16,570 miles of new roads over the next 45 years.

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