User: flenvcenter Topic: Water-Regional
Category: Water Quality :: Wetlands
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Nesting herons halt work 28.5.2009 Durango Herald
The city of Durango has halted construction on a storm drain on the northeast side of town that threatens great blue herons nesting in Animas Valley wetlands, despite the project being just days from completion. "We started work and stopp-ed work (Tuesday) when we learned that we had the potential to cause failure of the heron nest," Kinsey Holton, project engineer for the Holly Avenue
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Battle looms over Great Salt Lake toxins 28.5.2009 Salt Lake Tribune
Utah says it's alright for selenium to kill up to one out of 10 birds on the Great Salt Lake. But a federal agency says that a state regulation based on that view is illegal under an international treaty.
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In House: Taste-maker alert 16.5.2009 Denver Post: Lifestyles
On Thursday at 10:30 a.m., Phoebe Marsh, a new showroom at the Denver Design Center, will host a book signing with "lifestyle designer" Barclay Butera.
Lakers swamp Rockets with defense 13.5.2009 Tucson Citizen
LOS ANGELES - The top-seeded Los Angeles Lakers did everything they didn't do Sunday.
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Peatlands emit carbon dioxide 11.5.2009 Custom Search
Dear EarthTalk: Is it true that the loss of the world's peatlands is a major factor in the build-up of greenhouse gases in the atmosphere. If so, what can be done about it? -- Larissa S., Las Vegas
Peatlands emit carbon dioxide 11.5.2009 Arizona Daily Sun
Dear EarthTalk: Is it true that the loss of the world's peatlands is a major factor in the build-up of greenhouse gases in the atmosphere. If so, what can be done about it? -- Larissa S., Las Vegas
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Council calls up P&Z pump house decision 10.5.2009 Telluride: News
As part of its plan to expand snowmaking and water storage on the mountain, the Telluride Ski and Golf Company is hoping to build a new pump house on the San Miguel River near Oak Street.
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Council calls up P&Z pump house decision 10.5.2009 Telluride: News
As part of its plan to expand snowmaking and water storage on the mountain, the Telluride Ski and Golf Company is hoping to build a new pump house on the San Miguel River near Oak Street.
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Rulings drain protections for state waterways 10.5.2009 Denver Post: Local
The north tributary of Newlin Gulch in North Castle Pines was — for a time — a creek without a country. ...
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Ducks Unlimited event coming to Vail Valley 7.5.2009 Vail Colorado: News
Ducks Unlimited is considered the world's leader in wetlands conservation and is committed to maintaining and establishing the best waterfowl breeding habitat in North America.
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Avondale mayor in D.C. lobbying for federal funds 30.4.2009 azcentral.com | news
Avondale Mayor Marie Lopez Rogers was in Washington, D.C., this week advocating for federal funds on behalf of the city. She met with federal officials to discuss the Tres Rios wetlands and transit projects as well as infrastructure needs for Old Town Avondale.
U.S. funds wetlands project 29.4.2009 azcentral.com | news
The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers notified Phoenix today that it will allocate $36.4 million in economic-stimulus money during the next two years to help fund the Tres Rios wetlands project.
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$36.4M stimulus will help Tres Rios wetlands 29.4.2009 azcentral.com | news
Money will be allocated over next two years.
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Stakes in Katrina flooding trial high 20.4.2009 Custom Search
NEW ORLEANS (AP) -- More than three years after Katrina stirred up the waters and washed out levees along a 75-mile, man-made shipping channel dubbed "hurricane highway," a judge could soon decide whether the Army Corps of Engineers owes residents and businesses damages because of the massive flooding.
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Stakes in Katrina flooding trial high 20.4.2009 Custom Search
NEW ORLEANS (AP) -- More than three years after Katrina stirred up the waters and washed out levees along a 75-mile, man-made shipping channel dubbed "hurricane highway," a judge could soon decide whether the Army Corps of Engineers owes residents and businesses damages because of the massive flooding.
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Mining 'lab' lets UA students learn from ground up 18.4.2009 Arizona Daily Sun
TUCSON (AP) -- When most students were in bed recovering from the chaos of midterms at the end of February, Danny Marsh was at work 150-feet underground. Marsh, a mining engineering junior, was on the lowest level of the San Xavier Mining Laboratory outside of Sahuarita, about 25 miles south of campus.
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County buys wetland near Kachina Village 18.4.2009 Arizona Daily Sun
In line with a $33 million initiative to improve parks and buy open spaces that Coconino County voters approved in 2002, the Coconino County Parks and Recreation Department is planning to buy 0.92 acres of land near Kachina Village.
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Support Duck Stamp to protect more wetlands 16.4.2009 Custom Search
There are two pieces of federal legislation that sportsmen should support. The first, H.R. 1916, is designed to increase the availability and buying power of the Federal Duck Stamp -- a move designed to continue the success that the stamp has had in conserving waterfowl habitat across the United States.
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Support Duck Stamp to protect more wetlands 16.4.2009 Custom Search
There are two pieces of federal legislation that sportsmen should support. The first, H.R. 1916, is designed to increase the availability and buying power of the Federal Duck Stamp -- a move designed to continue the success that the stamp has had in conserving waterfowl habitat across the United States.
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Water Woes 12.4.2009 Albuquerque Journal: State News
Water Woes
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