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  • The Latest Bounce

    General Accounting Office tells Defense Department to clean up its mess; Rocky Mountain Elk Foundation wants wolves de-listed, and names Peter Dart new CEO; EPA forbids its scientists to talk about perchlorate contamination; and Energy Department will lay

  • Dear Friends

    HCN’s new look!; summer interns Rosemary Winters and Stephanie Tidwell; HCN potluck and board meeting in Paonia

  • Heard Around the West

    Misprint confuses wolves with wives; "peace threats;" Sen. Scott McInnis denounces French-made tombstone; "Aspen Pure" water doesn’t come from Aspen; Utah mayor wasn’t kidnapped; Colorado Central spoofs real estate ads; "Chateau de Plateau;" Old Faithful

  • Historic preservation vs. tourism?

    Colorado State Treasurer Mike Coffman wants to use funds earmarked for historic preservation to promote tourism instead

  • Farmland protection may dry up

    California’s Williamson Act, a 40-year-old farmland-protection program, may be a casualty of the state’s huge budget deficit

  • Missing Interior money: Piles or pennies?

    American Indians have denounced a recent report defending the Interior Department’s trust account transactions

  • The Latest Bounce

    Animas-La Plata dam building begins; fish appreciate removal of Washington’s Goldsborough Creek dam; 11th Mexican gray wolf killed in Arizona; lamprey denied endangered status; "stop work" order at Yucca Mountain ignored; and National Park Service critici

  • To restore the West, go big and go native

    It is possible for human beings to live sustainably in the West, and native seeds may help to point the way

  • Dear Friends

    Two weeks to redesign launch; HCN’s April Fool’s succeeds in fooling Dubois; corrections: national monuments have been overturned

  • Planting time

    The native-seeds business is thriving, as more Westerners realize the value of a healthy rangeland, but the current unfriendly political climate in Washington, D.C., may bring an untimely frost

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