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  • Symposium won't be dry

    Rivers at the Crossroads: Law, Science, Politics and People symposium planned.

  • Back to the sun

    The New Mexico Home Solar, A Source Book by Ingrid Kelley reviewed.

  • From driveways to watersheds

    Booklet Protecting Our Water Resources aims to reduce Truckee River pollution.

  • E-Mail for the rural West

    Computer bulletin board service focuses on rural West.

  • Reclaiming high places

    High Altitude Revegetation workshop planned.

  • Forcing the spring

    Forcing the Spring by Robert Gottlieb looks at devleopment of natural and human environmental movements.

  • No change on the range

    Wanderings of an Environmental Journalist In Alaska and the American West. Essays by Philip Fradkin reviewed.

  • Will timber plan fly?

    New plan for managing Northwest forests not much different than old.

  • Miners hope to become subdividers

    Mid-Continent Resources wants to develop land to help pay for mine cleanup.

  • Groups are wary of aluminum companies bearing gifts

    Aluminum company owner offers environmental groups money to file suits against commercial fishing.

  • Cows crowded out

    Crested Butte, Colorado, rancher says development is pushing him out.

  • Quake's shakes move masses

    Greener Pastures Institute reports increased inquiries about moving to rural West.

  • STOP-M in Oregon

    Ballot initiative would require that new mines be started only by companies with clean records.

  • Orphaned cubs returned to wild

    Montana program rescues black bear cubs of slain mothers.

  • Saving spotted cows

    Sen. Larry Craig organizes wise-use rally in Idaho.

  • Remnant grassland survives in Oklahoma

    The Nature Conservancy creates Tallgrass Prairie Preserve where Park Service failed.

  • No home on the range

    Proposed Great Buffalo Herd Monument won't be built on Wyoming Bureau of Land Management Land.

  • Andy Kerr on the warpath

    Trespassing charge is latest chapter in the Andy Kerr log-house controversy.

  • Baca is back

    Jim Baca hopes to become New Mexico governor.

  • Ex-logger Andrus says our forests are overcut

    Politicians raise timber sale goals for political reasons, Idaho governor says.

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