User: flenvcenter Topic: Biodiversity-Regional
Category: Problems :: Habitat Loss
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Five-star Aspen furnishings heading to Habitat 10.9.2009 Vail Colorado: News
Aspen: Thousands of pieces of furniture and decor from 86 rooms in The Little Nell hotel have been donated
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Habitat honors Jack Kemp Friday in Vail Valley 21.8.2009 Vail Colorado: Business
Public Vail Valley ceremony is Friday at 3:30 p.m. at Edwards' Fox Hollow complex
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Local briefs 14.8.2009 Durango Herald
Humane Society to reduce adoption feesThe La Plata County Humane Society will commemorate National Homeless Animal Day on Saturday. Humane societies, shelters and rescue groups across the country will be drawing attention to the plight of homeless animals and encouraging pet owners to have their animals spayed and neutered.
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Vail Valley: Habitat for Humanity to honor Jack Kemp 11.8.2009 Vail Colorado: News
Members of Kemp family will help build Vail Valley home
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Greeley Habitat to buy foreclosures instead of build new 7.8.2009 Vail Colorado: News
Homes are 'incredibly cheap,' official says
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Earth briefs 6.8.2009 Durango Herald
Local Habitat group part of green initiativeHabitat for Humanity of La Plata County has been selected to participate in a national green-building initiative of The Home Depot Foundation and Habitat for Humanity International, Partners in Sustainable Building.
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Nirvana on a backhoe 29.7.2009 High Country News Most Recent
Kim Erion restores habitat using heavy equipment and a heartfelt connection to things like logs and rhododendrons.
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A tale of bunkhouse and buffalo 26.7.2009 Custom Search
Eight molting buffalo rested in moist wood chips Thursday afternoon, oblivious to the commotion just west of their habitat pen as more than 1,500 motorcyclists arrived at the Mormon Lake RV campground for a huge weekend rally.
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A tale of bunkhouse and buffalo 26.7.2009 Custom Search
Eight molting buffalo rested in moist wood chips Thursday afternoon, oblivious to the commotion just west of their habitat pen as more than 1,500 motorcyclists arrived at the Mormon Lake RV campground for a huge weekend rally.
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Excavation plan riles residents 23.7.2009 Durango Herald
The La Plata County Planning Commission tonight will consider a request for a large excavation project five miles south of Durango. It will likely meet with opposition. As of Wednesday, there were 23 people opposed to the project and nine in support, said county Planner Katherine Harrison-Rogers.
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Tester Logging Bill Breaks Campaign Promise, Terms of Endorsement Deal 18.7.2009 NewWest.Net Politics
Editor's note: Newwest.Net welcomes guest commentaries but doesn't necessarily support the opinions of guest writers. In this case, at today's press conference where Senator Jon Tester announced the introduction of his bill, NewWest.Net offered the senator's communications staff an opportunity to write a counter commentary to the opinions expressed below. They are "considering it."--Bill Schneider. I have read the Tester Logging Bill, to be publicly announced at the RY Sawmill in Townsend on Friday, July 17, 2009. The Tester Logging Bill is in direct contradiction to a specific May 30, 2006, campaign promise made by then-State Sen. Jon Tester to secure the votes of my supporters in the June 6, 2006, Democratic primary race for U.S. Senate. On May 30, ...
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Tester Logging Bill Breaks Campaign Promise, Terms of Endorsement Deal 18.7.2009 NewWest.Net All Headlines
Editor's note: Newwest.Net welcomes guest commentaries but doesn't necessarily support the opinions of guest writers. In this case, at today's press conference where Senator Jon Tester announced the introduction of his bill, NewWest.Net offered the senator's communications staff an opportunity to write a counter commentary to the opinions expressed below. They are "considering it."--Bill Schneider. I have read the Tester Logging Bill, to be publicly announced at the RY Sawmill in Townsend on Friday, July 17, 2009. The Tester Logging Bill is in direct contradiction to a specific May 30, 2006, campaign promise made by then-State Sen. Jon Tester to secure the votes of my supporters in the June 6, 2006, Democratic primary race for U.S. Senate. On May 30, ...
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Condor quandary 9.7.2009 From the Blogs
Condor experts slam California development plan.
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If you build it, they will come (on bikes) 6.7.2009 Durango Herald
A high-energy buzz of youthful zeal permeates the room, and the fact that the gathering is in a church is merely coincidence.
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Guest Commentary: Restore the Clean Water Act 2.7.2009 Denver Post: Opinion
Many people may not remember what America's waters were like before the Clean Water Act. The Cuyahoga River caught fire. Lake Erie was a dead zone. Rivers and streams across the country were foaming.
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Town Talk 23.6.2009 Vail Colorado: News
Tell us what's going on around town so we can talk about it. E-mail: towntalk@vaildaily.com;Call: 970-748-2933. Submissions must be received by noon prior to the day of desired publication.
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Elected officials build with Habitat in Vail Valley 17.6.2009 Vail Colorado: News
U.S. representative, state representative will help build Vail Valley home Saturday
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Habitat starts new duplex Thursday in Vail Valley 10.6.2009 Vail Colorado: News
Habitat for Humanity will break ground on fourth duplex at Fox Hollow in Edwards for two Vail Valley families
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Outdoor briefs 5.6.2009 Durango Herald
DUD Race coming to Durango The Animas River Days DUD (Down Up Down) Race will be staged at 2 p.m. June 13 in Durango.
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Gallegos yard sale to benefit Habitat for Humanity in Vail Valley 22.5.2009 Vail Colorado: News
Sale of Battle Mountain High School construction materials to go to the Vail Valley nonprofit
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