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High Country News June 19, 1989

FBI changes four with attack on power line


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FBI changes four with attack on power line

On May 30, a flare broke the darkness of an Arizona desert evening, a signal for some 30 FBI agents and a helicopter to move in to arrest two men and a woman authorities claim were attempting to fell a tower that carries high-voltage lines to a water pump for the Central Arizona Project, a mammoth irrigation system in the desert.


Will the Mexican gray wolf repopulate its former range?

The Desert Museum's captive breeding program may be the last hope for the Mexican gray wolf.


Ecotage isn't a solution, it's part of the problem

The time for an ambiguous attitude toward ecotage passed with the announcement of the arrests in Arizona and the allegations of a plan to attack the Rocky Flats nuclear arsenal.

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