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How the Keep it in the Ground movement came to be
How the Keep it in the Ground movement came to be
A look back at a decade of coverage of anti-fossil fuel protests.
Exploding oil train, heroin highways and the EPA’s civil rights record
Horse catheters in classrooms, a crackdown on toxics, and an update on the Animas River
Coors Beer initiates can recovery program
In a move to combat litter and minimize solid waste, Adolph Coors Company recently announced a no-limit plan to pay a dime a pound for scrap aluminum delivered to its distributors in 11 western states.
Hells Canyon still threatened
Legislation has been introduced in both the House and Senate to create a national park, national river and wilderness area complex along the Middle Snake River between Idaho and Oregon, an area known as Hells Canyon.
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States discuss public lands
Montana State Land Comissioner Ted Schwlnden currently is drafting the Montana portion of a Public Lands Position White Paper with which the governors of the seven Rocky Mountain states hope to concur.
Trail meetings spark controversy
Paul Petzoldt, whose National Outdoor Leadership School was recently featured on a national television special, declared that the idea of a Continental Divide National Recreation Trail was "silly" and not practical.
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Elk tracks tell good story of migration
Personnel of Grand Teton National Park and the Wyoming Game and Fish Commission recently completed the 32nd annual elk migration survey, which involves a daily counting of elk tracks crossing a 47-mile transect.
Grizzly hunting protested by Wyoming sportsmen
The strongest opposition to the recently announced grizzly bear hunting season has come from the Natrona Sportsman's Association in Casper, Wyoming.
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