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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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Recycling Sewage into Fertilizer Might be Making Us Sick 23.4.2009 Organic Consumers Association News Headlines
Recycling Sewage into Fertilizer Might be Making Us Sick
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13 Breathtaking Effects of Cutting Back on Meat 22.4.2009 AlterNet.org: Discuss
The meat industry contributes to land degradation, climate change, air pollution, water shortage and pollution, and loss of biodiversity.
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Tribe, ranchers fight over rainforest in Panama 22.4.2009 CNN: Top Stories
Deforestation is blamed for 20 percent of harmful carbon dioxide emissions and the extinction of thousands of unique species of plants, animals and insects. The issue means nothing less than survival in Panama, where ranchers and tribesmen are at odds over a dwindling rainforest. Step into the world of the Embera tribe.
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NM management areas battle noxious, costly weeds 22.4.2009 AP Business
ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. (AP) -- Rio Arriba County rancher Delfin Quintana remembers buying hay for his cattle several years ago. It wasn't long before the 80-year-old realized he got more than he had bargained for with those bundles....
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NM management areas battle noxious, costly weeds 22.4.2009 Seattle Times: Business & Technology
Rio Arriba County rancher Delfin Quintana remembers buying hay for his cattle several years ago. It wasn't long before the 80-year-old realized he got more than he had bargained for with those bundles.
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NM agricultural officials use management areas to battle invasive weeds that choke crops 22.4.2009 Star Tribune: Business
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Vail Valley mountain bike races announced 22.4.2009 Vail Colorado: News
Vail and Beaver Creek Mountain Bike race series starts May 27 with Hammer in the Hay
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Vail Valley: Gallegos joins River Valley Ranch board 22.4.2009 Vail Colorado: News
Gerald Gallegos joins Roundup River Ranch board
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Newly-Established Bison Herd Expands 21.4.2009 The Nature Conservancy
The bison herd at The Nature Conservancy?s Broken Kettle Grasslands Preserve in the globally rare Loess Hills in Western Iowa is a little larger today thanks to the arrival of its first calf. This is the first time that a bison has been born on native prairie in Iowa in more than a century and a half within a herd established exclusively for conservation.
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Blood for No Oil? 21.4.2009 Commondreams.org Views
by Brendan Borrell

In 1987, herpetologist Martha Crump witnessed more than 100 golden toads mating inside a puddle of water no larger than a kitchen sink. But the thousands of fertilized eggs left behind were soon dried out and infested with mold.

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Management Areas Created To Battle Noxious Weeds 21.4.2009 Albuquerque Journal: State News
Rio Arriba County rancher Delfin Quintana remembers buying hay for his cattle several years ago. It wasn't long before the 80-year-old realized he got more than he had bargained for with those bundles.
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Grizzly bears spreading through yellowstone region 20.4.2009 Seattle Times: Nation & World
Hunters are killing grizzly bears in record numbers around Yellowstone National Park and researchers say the once-endangered predator is expanding across the region.
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Downturn Lands on Mongolia's Nomads 20.4.2009 Wall St. Journal: Page One
Falling demand for cashmere in the West is cutting into earnings among nomadic herders in Mongolia. The result: herder loan defaults. ...
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Downturn Lands on Mongolia's Nomads 20.4.2009 Wall St. Journal: World
Falling demand for cashmere in the West is cutting into earnings among nomadic herders in Mongolia. The result: herder loan defaults. ...
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Downturn Lands on Mongolia's Nomads 20.4.2009 Wall St. Journal: Asia
Falling demand for cashmere in the West is cutting into earnings among nomadic herders in Mongolia. The result: herder loan ...
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Land inspired group to conserve Eagle County ranch 19.4.2009 Vail Colorado: News
Colorado River Ranch hopes to reach preservation deal with Eagle County
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