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Counting Wildlife in Wyoming: Are the Foxes Guarding the Henhouse? 13.7.2010 NewWest.Net All Headlines
Counting Wildlife in Wyoming: Are the Foxes Guarding the Henhouse?
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Counting Wildlife in Wyoming: Are the Foxes Guarding the Henhouse? 13.7.2010 NewWest.Net Travel & Outdoors
Counting Wildlife in Wyoming: Are the Foxes Guarding the Henhouse?
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Warning: Water policy faces an age of limits 21.4.2010 High Country News Most Recent
New water projects and giant pipelines will do nothing to solve the West's drought and its increasing water shortage.
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Warning: Water policy faces an age of limits 21.4.2010 Writers on the Range
New water projects and giant pipelines will do nothing to solve the West's drought and its increasing water shortage.
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Sometimes water can cost way too much 8.4.2010 Writers on the Range
Aaron Million's plan to pump Green River water from Wyoming to Colorado's Front Range is unlikely to succeed because it's just too darn expensive.
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Sometimes water can cost way too much 8.4.2010 High Country News Most Recent
Aaron Million's plan to pump Green River water from Wyoming to Colorado's Front Range is unlikely to succeed because it's just too darn expensive.
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Million’s Dream: A Pipeline Too Far 6.4.2010 NewWest.Net Development
Developer Aaron Million is selling his proposed 500-mile water pipeline from Flaming Gorge Reservoir on the Utah-Wyoming border to the Front Range as a win for everyone, from thirsty Front Range communities to farmers to fish.  If you buy that, I’ve got riverfront property in the Mojave Desert to sell you.  The public isn’t hearing enough about the very real economic and environmental pitfalls of this multi-billion-dollar pipedream. The proposal is rife with problems, including: 
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How Ted Turner Scored Yellowstone's Bison Herd 6.4.2010 Truthout.com

Yellowstone buffalo, despite being on the verge of extinction, have virtually no protections in the West. And media mogul Ted Turner's going to cash in on it.

It is just one more battle in the century-and-a-half-old range wars, where land and wildlife have come into direct conflict with selfish, private interests. It's also a story of privileged ethnocentrism, where a once proud indigenous culture and the wild species it depended on have been all but eviscerated.

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Water fallout 20.2.2010 High Country News Most Recent
A nuclear power plant proposed for Green River, Utah, needs more water than might be available in this dry part of the world.
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Water fallout 20.2.2010 Current Issue
A nuclear power plant proposed for Green River, Utah, needs more water than might be available in this dry part of the world.
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Obama to create new national monuments? 19.2.2010 NewWest.Net All Headlines
Obama to create new national monuments?
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Obama to create new national monuments? 19.2.2010 NewWest.Net Politics
Obama to create new national monuments?
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The scope of a pipeline 19.2.2010 From the Blogs
Public concern ranges from weeds to water cost
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Is this the nuclear renaissance? 4.2.2010 From the Blogs
Utah town debates a nuclear power plant.
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Public Hearing to Focus on Massive Nuclear Water-rights Permit Request That Would Kill Endangered Fish 12.1.2010 Commondreams.org Newswire

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
January 11, 2010

Center for Biological Diversity

On Tuesday the Utah Division of Water Rights will hold public hearings on applications by both the Kane County and the San Juan County water conservancy districts to change the diversion points of 53,600 acre-feet of water from the Colorado and San Juan rivers upstream to the Green River.

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Fish tales of yore 8.12.2009 From the Blogs
Book presents a collection of pre-Glen Canyon Dam fishing exploits.
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Our best idea 11.9.2009 Current Issue
A family trip out West in 1959, when he was 9 years old, inspired Dayton Duncan to make a new documentary series with Ken Burns, called The National Parks: America’s Best Idea.
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Kate Kelly: Exploring the Grand Canyon: Only the Brave and Hardy 29.7.2009 Politics on HuffingtonPost.com
More than 5 million visitors come to see the Grand Canyon each year, most of them during the summer months when families have time to...
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In Wyoming, Opposition Builds to Pipeline 25.7.2009 NewWest.Net Politics
Wyoming’s Green River has long been overlooked by water managers in Colorado, or at least if you ask Aaron Million. His proposal to tap into it was actually born out of a graduate thesis he wrote in a resource economics class while attending Colorado State University in Fort Collins in 2002. The Green is actually part of the Colorado River basin; making it subject to long-standing water treaties. One of those permits the transfer of water between upper Colorado River basin states; the tent pole behind Million’s thesis that Colorado is entitled to some of the Green River water. “Is it unprecedented? Absolutely not. I mean, around the world projects of this size get done every day,” he says. Even around the arid West, a 550 mile water pipeline is not ...
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In Wyoming, Opposition Builds to Pipeline 25.7.2009 NewWest.Net All Headlines
Wyoming's Green River has long been overlooked by water managers in Colorado, or at least if you ask Aaron Million. His proposal to tap into it was actually born out of a graduate thesis he wrote in a resource economics class while attending Colorado State University in Fort Collins in 2002. The Green is actually part of the Colorado River basin; making it subject to long-standing water treaties. One of those permits the transfer of water between upper Colorado River basin states; the tent pole behind Million's thesis that Colorado is entitled to some of the Green River water. Is it unprecedented? Absolutely not. I mean, around the world projects of this size get done every day, he says. Even around the arid West, a 550 mile water pipeline is not ...
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