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High Country News February 25, 1991

Colorado enters a new water era

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Colorado enters a new water era

The death of Denver's Two Forks dam project has turned the state's archetypal Western water establishment on its head.

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Oregon's Enola Hill: 'diseased forest' or sacred site?

The Forest Service wants to log the steep, forested rise near Mount Hood.

Essays

The perils of illegal action

The more one becomes involved in conscious law-breaking, whether nonviolent civil disobedience or monkeywrenching, the more one needs to be scrupulously deliberate about doing so.

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