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California's last cowboys finding themselves on the ropes 5.4.2009 Boston Globe: Nation
RAMONA, Calif. - The highway is jammed with people who wanted to live in the country inching their way toward jobs in the city. A few miles and a universe away, the last cowboy is making a living in what's left of that country.
Cooking With Dexter: The Grass-Fed Menagerie 3.4.2009 NY Times: Magazine
On the delicate matter of teaching a child where meat comes from.
Polygamist ranch life revealed in documents 3.4.2009 MSNBC

Guy Jessop stands at the gate of the Fundamentalist Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints' Yearning for Zion ranch near El Dorado, Texas, in May 2008.It was a year ago that the outside world got its first glimpse beyond the battered green gate of the YFZ Ranch. And the view was mesmerizing:


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Spared from slaughter, bison will move to Wyoming 3.4.2009 NFIC News Feed
by Mathew Brown Billing, Montana (AP) 4-09 A small herd of bison from Yellowstone National Park will be moved to Wyoming’s Wind River Reservation during April, part of a fledgeling effort to spare some of the animals from a government-sponsored slaughter Read more... (http://indiancountrynews.net/index.php?option=com_content&task=view&id=6084&Itemid=118)
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Dave Brubeck: Composing Ansel Adams 2.4.2009 NPR: All Things Considered
Millions have discovered the now-familiar landmarks of California's Yosemite Valley through the extraordinary black-and-white photographs of Ansel Adams. Now, jazz legend Dave Brubeck aims to bring musical emotion to the experience of viewing Adams' work with a new piece.
Water wars leave northern Colorado farmers dry (AP) 2.4.2009 Yahoo: US National
AP - Many farmers in this northern Colorado plains region are struggling to keep their crops irrigated and stay afloat as they find themselves on the wrong side of state water rules dating back to the 19th century.
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Water wars leave northern Colorado farmers dry 2.4.2009 AP National
WIGGINS, Colo. (AP) -- Many farmers in this northern Colorado plains region are struggling to keep their crops irrigated and stay afloat as they find themselves on the wrong side of state water rules dating back to the 19th century....
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Water wars leave northern Colorado farmers dry (AP) 2.4.2009 Yahoo: US National
AP - Many farmers in this northern Colorado plains region are struggling to keep their crops irrigated and stay afloat as they find themselves on the wrong side of state water rules dating back to the 19th century.
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Water wars leave northern Colorado farmers dry 2.4.2009 Boston Globe: Latest
Many farmers in this northern Colorado plains region are struggling to keep their crops irrigated and stay afloat as they find themselves on the wrong side of state water rules dating back to the 19th century.
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Colorado farmers sell all at rural auction after tossing too many pennies down dry wells 2.4.2009 Star Tribune: Nation
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California's Historic Ranching Culture at Significant Risk from Climate Change 1.4.2009 The Nature Conservancy
The Nature Conservancy today released ?The Impact of Climate Change on California?s Ecosystem Services? as part of the California Energy Commission Climate Action Report, a multi-faceted study that highlights how climate change will impact California?s economy, residents and our natural areas.
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Spring will be celebrated in Vail Saturday 1.4.2009 Vail Colorado: News
Nibbles: Restaurant happenings in the Vail Valley
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Protection for Giant Wild Sheep Angers Tajik Hunters 1.4.2009 ENS
Protection for Giant Wild Sheep Angers Tajik Hunters
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A way of life slips out of range 30.3.2009 LA Times: Most Emailed
Steve Tellam is a relic: a full-time cowboy in San Diego County. He says the business won't last into the next generation.

The highway is jammed with people who wanted to live in the country inching their way toward jobs in the city. A few miles and a universe away, the last cowboy is making a living in what's left of that country.

Jumpers take a dip 30.3.2009 Steamboat Pilot
Wigs, hats and props went soaring Saturday as Penguin Plunge teams leapt into water some joker labeled “a balmy 32 degrees.” The penguins bobbed up im­­mediately, gasping and wearing expressions of abject horror.
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AUSTRALIA: Can biochar help stop climate change? 29.3.2009 Green Left Weekly issue #780
Biochar production has been the object of considerable research and experimentation in Australia.
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Spared from slaughter, bison will move to Wyoming 28.3.2009 Salt Lake Tribune
BILLINGS, Mont. » A small herd of bison from Yellowstone National Park will be moved to Wyoming's Wind River Reservation next month, part of a fledgeling effort to spare some of the animals from a government-sponsored slaughter program.
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After Israel's Invasion: 27.3.2009 Grassroots International

Gaza:  War on civilians in the world's largest open-air prison[1]

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Historic ranch development plan 'flawed,' says Pitkin County 26.3.2009 Vail Colorado: News
Owners want to move locations of homes
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Superstars Jackson, McGraw to headline Country Thunder 26.3.2009 Tucson Citizen
Nashville superstars Alan Jackson and Tim McGraw will headline the 2009 edition of Country Thunder USA near Florence, with the four-day event undergoing changes aimed at making it more family- and fan-friendly.
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