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by LIN ALDER

Spring runoff in the Navajo sandstone of Water Canyon on the edge of southwestern Utah's proposed Canaan Mountain Wilderness. Lawmakers want to permanently protect the 35,000-acre mesa, along with an additional 184,000 acres in Washington County, but only in exchange for public land sales, utility corridors and motorized-vehicle trails in other areas

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