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High Country News August 01, 1988

City slickers strike it rich in South Dakota

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City slickers strike it rich in South Dakota

A plan to invigorate the state's economy by taking sewage ash from the Twin Cities backfire.

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Water marketing is becoming respectable

Water marketing is increasing because of the rising cost of water and public resistance to dams.

Essays

Rangers are dangerous: Do not annoy or feed them

This is a practical survival guide to the national parks, with down-to-earth advice on how to co-exist with park rangers.

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