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  • A chance to go wild

    The Forest Service releases report recommending wild and scenic designation for rivers in the Uinta National Forest.

  • A dry old time

    The Quivira Coalition is offering a workshop in low-tech river restoration methods on the Dry Cimarron River in northeastern New Mexico.

  • A flood of admirers

    In the anthology The River We Carry With Us, writers and poets celebrate the enduring beauty of Montana's Clark Fork River and grapple with the environmental problems facing it.

  • A home-grown Water War

    In northern New Mexico, the small, family-owned Sipapu Ski Area is battling the little farming town of Dixon over water rights to the Rio Pueblo and Rio Embudo, tributaries of the Rio Grande.

  • A pilot's-eye view of the West

    Michael Collier's new book, "Water, Earth and Sky: The Colorado River Basin," combines his beautiful aerial photos of a remarkable landscape with well-chosen words.

  • A river divided

    The 670 miles of the Yellowstone River cross a varied landscape and face an equal variety of problems along the way.

  • A river on the line

    A journey down the Lower Rio Grande through Texas and Mexico finds a sometimes-waterless river that faces a host of environmental, agricultural and human problems.

  • A River Once More

    In Oregon, a revolutionary community alliance is working to put water – and steelhead trout – back into the Deschutes River

  • A river resurrected

    On the California-Mexico border, environmentalists from two countries are working to restore the Colorado River Delta.

  • A road to nowhere?

    The controversial "road improvement" of the two-lane road through Utah's Provo Canyon faces accusations that a new road could damage the Provo River - even as four major landslides are caused by road crews.

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