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High Country News October 30, 2006

Peace Breaks Out In New Mexico's Forests

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Peace Breaks Out In New Mexico's Forests

In northern New Mexico, the Collaborative Forest Restoration Program brings Hispanic loggers and Anglo environmentalists together to work on creating healthy, sustainable forests and rural economies

Editor's Note

Life in the transition zone

Longtime community activist and HCN board member Luis Torres is delighted to see environmentalists and loggers working together in the forests of his native northern New Mexico

Dear Friends

Dear friends

HCN board meeting in Missoula, Mont.; visitors; correction

Uncommon Westerners

In search of greener pastures

Laina Corazon Coit and her brother, Rick Chase, want to create Colorado’s first natural burial ground and wildlife refuge on the eastern prairie

Writers on the Range

Idaho's permissiveness leads to elk on the lam

The escape of 100 domestic elk from self-styled mountain man Rex Rammell’s Idaho game farm shows up the foolishness of the state’s permissive attitude toward the industry

News

Can the West become the new South?

Boosters of a Western primary hope it could give the Interior West a greater voice in the politics of Washington, D.C.

Pueblo water battle nears its end

If New Mexico’s 40-year-old Aamodt case is settled, it will end centuries of wrangling over water use, but not everybody is happy with how it’s ending

Essays

Just another giddyup

The New Mexico Gay Rodeo Association’s Zia Rodeo brings out all kinds of cowboys and cowgirls

Heard Around the West

Heard around the West

Who’s afraid of the big bad wolf?; remembering (not always kindly) Helen Chenoweth-Hage; guilt-trips and voting; extreme fried food

Two Weeks in the West

Two weeks in the West

EPA tightens standards on soot exposure; New Mexico land commissioner candidates clash; enviros can buy grazing permits in Utah; trailers are trashed to make room for luxury homes; SunEdison will build largest solar plant in the U.S. in Colorado’s San Lui

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Biomass: What to do with all that wood

Mark Sardella’s nonprofit group Local Energy is determined to heat local communities with biomass energy, created by burning logging slash and millwaste from New Mexican forests

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