User: flenvcenter Topic: Biodiversity-Regional
Category: Specific Organisms :: Plants
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Flood insurance neglects species threats, suit says 3.9.2009 azcentral.com | news
An environmental group is trying to slow development near ecologically fragile dry washes and desert riverbeds in Arizona by targeting the federal agency that provides the flood insurance essential to building there.
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Vail Valley mountain critter endangered? 23.8.2009 Vail Colorado: Columnists
Conservation groups said the decision is a step forward in addressing what they call a global biodiversity crisis
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A different kind of ranch, a different kind of cowboy artist 22.8.2009 Denver Post: Entertainment
The sky at Chico Basin Ranch seems impossibly vast, befitting the rolling landscape it covers like a pale blue bowl: 87,000 grass-cloaked acres, studded with five spring-fed lakes and, depending on the season, up to 2,500 cattle.
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Quick 'n' Dirty 20.8.2009 Durango Telegraph
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Colorado students win review of Virgin Islands plants 20.8.2009 Vail Colorado: Columnists
U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service will reconsider whether two rare plants are endangered
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Agency says 29 species in Utah, West may need federal protection 19.8.2009 Salt Lake Tribune
Twenty-nine species in more than 20 states -- from a rare beach-dwelling plant in Yellowstone National Park to a caddis fly in Nebraska -- may need federal protections to avoid extinction, according to the U.
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Agency says 29 species may need federal protection 18.8.2009 Denver Post: National News Headlines
SALT LAKE CITY — Twenty-nine species in more than 20 states — from a rare beach-dwelling plant in Yellowstone National Park to a caddisfly in Nebraska — may need federal
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Feds, Conservationists Reach Deal Over Species 13.8.2009 Albuquerque Journal: State News
Feds, Conservationists Reach Deal Over Species
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UPDATED: Feds Agree To Review Status of Rare N.M. Species 13.8.2009 Albuquerque Journal: State News
UPDATED: Feds Agree To Review Status of Rare N.M. Species
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Salazar dedicates western Colorado wilderness area 13.8.2009 Vail Colorado: News
Areas encompass a combined 210,000 acres, or 328 square miles, near Gunnison River
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Salazar dedicates western Colorado wilderness area 13.8.2009 Vail Colorado: News
Areas encompass a combined 210,000 acres, or 328 square miles, near Gunnison River
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Salazar dedicates W. Colorado wilderness area 13.8.2009 Denver Post: Local
GRAND JUNCTION, Colo.—A 30-mile section of western Colorado's Gunnison River and nearby canyons, cliffs and mesas have been dedicated as a national conservation and wilderness area. ...
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Heartwood Farms yields biodynamic bounty 12.8.2009 Durango Herald
Heartwood Farms is an integrated farming project at Heartwood Co-housing in Bayfield with an aim to provide a food base to its own members and a link to the larger community.
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Idaho ranchers embrace deal to help sage grouse 11.8.2009 Salt Lake Tribune
Cambridge, Idaho » Farmers and ranchers in southwestern Idaho are considering a series of new conservation measures aimed at improving sage grouse habitat and avoiding future conflicts if the bird is declared an endangered species.
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Colorado officials unleash beetles to battle water-sucking weed 10.8.2009 Denver Post: Local
Colorado agriculture officials are widening their battle against the West's most voracious invasive weed, tamarisk, by deploying a controversial leaf-eating Chinese beetle. ...
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Demonstration gardens crop up in Eagle 8.8.2009 Vail Colorado: News
The beds stand outside the Colorado State University Extension office
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Center yourself for this week's GeoQuiz 2.8.2009 Durango Herald
"John's excuse for not writing this week's GeoQuiz lies somewhere between a Colorado Rockies game and tracing his leprechaun heritage. So I will attempt to fill those monster shoes with a geo-journey to below the Tropic of Cancer."
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UPDATED: BLM Withdraws New Mexico Herbicide Plan 17.7.2009 Albuquerque Journal: State News
The federal Bureau of Land Management on Thursday withdrew an environmental assessment for the treatment of noxious weeds on public lands in southeastern New Mexico.
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Garden shows the path to water-wise beauty 28.6.2009 Salt Lake Tribune
Maybe Utah could justify being the nation's No. 1 water hog if residents were drinking the water. But we're not: Homeowners use 65 percent of their purified water on their yards.
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Conservation Wave Builds in West 23.6.2009 Albuquerque Journal: State News
RIO GRANDE GORGE - Craning his neck to see over the small airplane's instrument panel, Ron Gardiner points out the path Spanish explorers had to take around the deep crevasse that cuts through the center of northern New Mexico.
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