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North Dakota's riskiest harvest

March 1, 1974

North Dakota landowners and policy makers are weighing the "one-time harvest" of strippable lignite coal against the productivity of agricultural land that would be sacrificed.

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North Dakota's riskiest harvest
North Dakota landowners and policy makers are weighing the "one-time harvest" of strippable lignite coal against the productivity of agricultural land that would be sacrificed.

Uncommon Westerners

Chuck Perry: watchdog over coal harvest
Chuck Perry grew up in North Dakota, the breadbasket of the nation. Today he is leading the fight against strip mining that breadbasket.

News

Garrison Diversion threatens the prairies
A group of ranchers, farmers and conservationists are fighting for a moratorium on the Garrison Diversion, an irrigation project that would pump 871,000 acre-feet of Missouri River water through 1,800 miles of major canals and laterals.