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High Country News August 10, 1992

Arizona's water disaster

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Arizona's water disaster

The $4 billion Central Arizona Project provides water, but few can afford to buy it.

News

Lawsuit seeks to force logging to prevent fires

Local governments in logging communities of northwestem Montana have joined a lawsuit that seeks to force tree-cutting in the Kootenai National Forest.

Perspective

Everyone feels free to tell the farmer how to farm

For every farmer there is the big question: How to farm? Every square foot of earth is different. No farmer's experience will be exactly like any other.

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