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  • Timber company collides with gas drillers

    Conservationists have struck a deal with Tembec Inc., a progressive Canadian timber company, to protect land west of Glacier and Waterton Lakes national parks from coalbed methane drilling

  • New Mexicans take a stand against oil and gas

    In New Mexico, ranchers like Tweeti Blancett are working with environmentalists to keep oil and gas drillers away from Otero Mesa

  • A moment of truth for user fees

    The Recreation Fee Demonstration Program is renewed until January 2006, despite mounting criticism of the program

  • West Nile isn’t just for people

    West Nile virus is impacting Western wildlife, particularly birds, and some think coalbed methane development may be spreading the disease

  • Clean water changes could sully Western streambeds

    If the Bush administration pushes through a rule change to the Clean Water Act, three-fourths of the West’s rivers would be unprotected from pollution

  • The Red Desert braces for a gas boom

    The Red Desert and Jack Morrow Hills of Wyoming are at the center of industry’s ambitious plans to extract natural gas and coalbed methane

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