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Navajo Nation faces development

May 21, 1976

The Bureau of Reclamation's Navajo Indian Irrigation Project brings modern, irrigated agriculture to a parched landscape -- and the possibility of large-scale industry that could compete for the water.

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Navajo Nation faces development
The Bureau of Reclamation's Navajo Indian Irrigation Project brings modern, irrigated agriculture to a parched landscape -- and the possibility of large-scale industry that could compete for the water.

Uncommon Westerners

Don Redfearn, elk refuge manager
Don Redfearn manages the wintering ground for the largest elk herd in North America -- the National Elk Refuge outside of Jackson Hole, Wyoming.

News

States fear California's power needs
Officials in both Wyoming and Colorado have expressed concern that California's appetite for electricity could expand into their states because of California's initiative to limit nuclear power plants.
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