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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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Laloba Ranch owners seek approval for smaller subdivision 26.4.2009 Steamboat Pilot

The owners of Laloba Ranch Clay Center art school would like to subdivide their 40-acre parcel to allow them to sell two 5-acre home lots. Some of their neighbors are strongly opposed.

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Dust storms in West escalate, prompting environmental fears 24.4.2009 Arizona Daily Sun
Nestled in the San Juan Mountains at 9,300 feet, and surrounded by 13,000-foot peaks, Silverton, Colo., seems an unlikely place for a dust storm, especially with two feet of snow on the ground. So Chris Landry was alarmed on the afternoon of April 3 when he spotted a brown haze on the horizon; an hour later, a howling wind had engulfed the town in a full-fledged dust storm, turning everything from the sky to the snow a rusty red.
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Kofa refuge cougar killings on hold until July 31 24.4.2009 Arizona Daily Sun
TUCSON (AP) -- The Arizona Game and Fish Commission has extended a moratorium on killing mountain lions on the Kofa National Wildlife Refuge until July 31, but conservationists said Thursday they aren't satisfied.
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U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service to Consider Salamander for Federal Protection 24.4.2009 Environmental News Network
The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service has reviewed a petition to add the Tehachapi slender salamander (Batrachoseps stebbinsi)to the federal list of threatened and endangered species and concluded the petition contains substantial information to indicate that listing under the Endangered Species Act (ESA) may be warranted.
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Dust storms in West escalate, prompting environmental fears 24.4.2009 Arizona Daily Sun
Nestled in the San Juan Mountains at 9,300 feet, and surrounded by 13,000-foot peaks, Silverton, Colo., seems an unlikely place for a dust storm, especially with two feet of snow on the ground. So Chris Landry was alarmed on the afternoon of April 3 when he spotted a brown haze on the horizon; an hour later, a howling wind had engulfed the town in a full-fledged dust storm, turning everything from the sky to the snow a rusty red.
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Kofa refuge cougar killings on hold until July 31 24.4.2009 Arizona Daily Sun
TUCSON (AP) -- The Arizona Game and Fish Commission has extended a moratorium on killing mountain lions on the Kofa National Wildlife Refuge until July 31, but conservationists said Thursday they aren't satisfied.
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Kofa refuge cougar killings on hold until July 31 24.4.2009 Tucson Citizen
The Arizona Game & Fish Commission has extended a moratorium on killing mountain lions on the Kofa National Wildlife Refuge until July 31, but conservationists said Thursday they aren't satisfied.
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Horse-rescue owner charged 24.4.2009 Denver Post: Local
The owner of a Nebraska ranch where wild mustangs were trained into salable horses has been charged with animal cruelty after at least 60 dead animals were found on his land. ...
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The Nature Conservancy and Broad Coalition Protect Land in Little Snake River Valley 23.4.2009 The Nature Conservancy
The Nature Conservancy today announced the protection of 266 acres of valuable riparian areas, irrigated meadowland and sage uplands in the Little Snake River Valley along the Colorado border near Savery, Wyoming.
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Dust storms spur environmental fears 23.4.2009 MSNBC
Rising dust storms in Western states tie into a broader phenomenon, researchers say, as global warming translates into less precipitation and a population boom intensifies activities that disturb the dust. ...
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Bank is left with shell of house after owner's pre-foreclosure sale 23.4.2009 Denver Post: Local
It was not your typical "everything must go" garage sale. ...
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