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It's chicken power tomorrow

June 21, 1974

Digesting human, animal and vegetable wastes to produce methane is sure to become and important source of energy in the future.

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It's chicken power tomorrow
Digesting human, animal and vegetable wastes to produce methane is sure to become and important source of energy in the future.

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North Dakota guards water
North Dakota Gov. Arthur A. Link and the State Water Commission have put a "conditional moratorium" on coal development in that state. Two power utilities have requested 15,000 acre-feet of water annually for a proposed coal-fired power plant near Underwood, N. Dakota.
Rehabilitation of Western coal lands
An edited version of a summary of a report, Rehabilitation Potential of Western Coal Lands, published by the National Academy of Sciences.