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High Country News August 14, 1989

In Tulluride, Colorado ...

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In Tulluride, Colorado ...

Mining has left hollowed-out, suppurating mountains and mesas of waste. Now the town, state and mining company debate potential fix-up plans.

News

How an FBI mole tunneled into Earth First!

A country-swing dancer who showed up in Prescott last summer had a bug in his shirt, recording hundreds of hours of conversations between members of the radical environmental group.

Essays

What happens when trespassing mink meet retreating geese?

The notion of the physical world as a web of interrelationships, of interpenetration and interdependency, is not at all congenial to the theory of property.

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