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Category: Land Management :: Grazing
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Finally, science isn't endangered 5.5.2009 SFGate: Op-Ed
In California, it's bighorn sheep and desert tortoises. In Alaska, it's polar bears. And in the Rockies, it's gray wolves. These creatures share a connection to the Endangered Species Act, a powerful legal protection that the Bush White House weakened in its... ...
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Ducks Unlimited plans Vail Valley fundraiser 5.5.2009 Vail Colorado: News
Vail Valley conservation group holds annual fundraiser May 16 at 4Eagle Ranch
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Finally, science isn't endangered 4.5.2009 SFGate: Op-Ed
In California, it's bighorn sheep and desert tortoises. In Alaska, it's polar bears. And in the Rockies, it's gray wolves. These creatures share a connection to the Endangered Species Act, a powerful legal protection that the Bush White House weakened in its... ...
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Colorado lawmakers mount up to see effects of laws 4.5.2009 SFGate: Business & Technology
A Colorado lawmaker says he got tired of his colleagues passing bills that would hurt his rural constituents, like the one requiring ranchers to take care of wild cats or another requiring butchering animals to be kept in bigger pens. So last weekend state... ...
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Colorado lawmakers mount up to see effects of laws 4.5.2009 Seattle Times: Business & Technology
A Colorado lawmaker says he got tired of his colleagues passing bills that would hurt his rural constituents, like the one requiring ranchers to take care of wild cats or another requiring butchering animals to be kept in bigger pens.
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Cows Invited To Sup In Minn. Wildlife Areas 4.5.2009 WCCO: Local News
Drivers in western Minnesota may be surprised to soon see cattle grazing on several state and federal wildlife management areas.
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For weekend release, May 2-3 & thereafter. 2.5.2009 Seattle Times: Local
Colorado state Rep. Wes McKinley says he got tired of fellow lawmakers voting to pass bills that hurt his rural constituents, like the one requiring ranchers to take care of wild cats, or another requiring butchering animals to be kept in bigger pens.
Study: Grazing threatens wildlife habitat in West 1.5.2009 Salt Lake Tribune
RENO, Nev. » Conservationists say in a new report that livestock grazing poses a threat to a wide variety of fish and wildlife across more than three-fourths of their dwindling habitat on federal land in the West.
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Canyon crews search for 3 missing in Colorado River 1.5.2009 Custom Search
Personnel at Grand Canyon National Park were searching Thursday for three people who jumped into the Colorado River below the boat beach near Phantom Ranch, and were carried away by the current.
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Study: Grazing threatens wildlife habitat in West 1.5.2009 Seattle Times: Business & Technology
Conservationists say livestock grazing poses a threat to a wide variety of fish and other wildlife across more than three-fourths of their dwindling habitats on federal land in the West.
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Lucy Parham: Celebrating birds and their habitat 1.5.2009 Steamboat Pilot
Every year as the skiers leave, we watch some other amazing travelers choose the Yampa Valley to grace and transform our forests and grasslands with their songs and their offspring. The riparian forests of the Yampa Valley provide native habitat for more than 140 species of migratory birds.
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Let's close open-space loophole 1.5.2009 Vail Colorado: News
With regard to the Eagle County open-space initiative, it's clear that the deciders, including the county commissioners, don't hear their constituents.
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How "The NAFTA Flu" Exploded 1.5.2009 Truthout - All Articles
Smithfield farms fled US environmental laws to open a gigantic pig farm in Mexico, and all we Got was this lousy swine flu. US and Mexico authorities claim that neither knew about the "swine flu" outbreak until April 24. But after hundreds of residents of a town in Veracruz, Mexico, came down with its symptoms, the story had already hit the Mexican national press by April 5. The daily La Jornada : "Clouds of flies emanate from the rusty lagoons where the Carroll Ranches business tosses the fecal wastes of its pig farms, ...
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Mr. King Coal's Neighborhood: Washington DC, Won't You Be My Neighbor? 30.4.2009 Commondreams.org Views
by Jeff Biggers

What does a Wyoming rancher, a Navajo elder, a Southern community organizer, a Latino immigrant organizer from Chicago, a young indigenous Ottawa woman from Michigan, and an Appalachian coal miner's widow have in common?

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Jeff Biggers: Mr. King Coal's Neighborhood: Washington DC, Won't You Be My Neighbor? 30.4.2009 Green on HuffingtonPost.com
What does a Wyoming rancher, a Navajo elder, a Southern community organizer, a Latino immigrant organizer from Chicago, a young indigenous Ottawa woman from Michigan,...
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Easement Protects Salmon River Tributary 28.4.2009 The Nature Conservancy
A 300-acre conservation easement along Carmen Creek, a tributary of the Salmon River, protects a working ranch and important wildlife habitat, including stream habitat for Chinook salmon and steelhead trout.
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Treasury has new mortgage incentives: official 28.4.2009 Boston Globe: Latest
The U.S. Treasury Department will on Tuesday tap a $50 billion housing rescue fund to pay off mortgage investors and reduce monthly payments for millions of borrowers, said a senior administration official.
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Fish and Wildlife Service to study a stealthy amphibian 28.4.2009 LA Times: Environment
If the Tehachapi slender salamander, which lives north of L.A., becomes a protected species, urban growth could be limited.

Jeremy Nichols says he became smitten by the Tehachapi slender salamander when he ran across an article about it four years ago in a book about North American reptiles and amphibians.

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'Digital Barbarism' Wages Online Copyright Battle 27.4.2009 NPR: All Things Considered
Two years ago, author Mark Helprin's op-ed urging the extension of copyright protection inspired a huge online backlash. A new book is his response to the uproar, but opponents are still having their say.
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Dust storms on rise in Western U.S. 26.4.2009 Seattle Times: Nation & World
Researchers are concerned the massive soil movement is going to have enormous impacts on the ecosystem.
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