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Watershed: It’s not a building for storing water

Denver Water celebrates Arbor Day with a tribute to Mother Nature’s own water filtration process.

By Kristi Delynko and Steve Snyder

“I think that I shall never see… 510 more words

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Forest Service: 2016 Wildfire Season Expected To Be Less Severe

DENVER (AP) – The upcoming wildfire season across the U.S. isn’t expected to be as bad as last year’s infernos, when a record 15,800 square miles burned, the nation’s top wildland firefighting official said Wednesday. 587 more words

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Mining in Beaverhead County

Beaverhead County is so huge; it comes as no surprise that its landscape encompasses so many significant Montana themes.  But I found out in 1984, and then again during historic preservation workshops in 2012, that Montanans do not think as Beaverhead as mining company. 389 more words

Montana Historical Landscape

Wildfire in Morton County contained

ELKHART, Kansas – The wildfire in Morton County in southwest Kansas is mostly contained, according to the U.S. Forest Service.

In a news release, Greg Goodland with the Forest Service said the fire, which began on the morning of April 5th, is now 95 percent contained. 59 more words

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Public lands: Utah congressmen try to strip federal land agencies of their law enforcement authority

Proposed measure is the latest attack on public lands by anti-environmental extremists in Congress

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After failing repeatedly in their far-fetched attempts to claim state authority over federally managed public lands, extremist anti-environment lawmakers from the West are trying a new front in their continued attacks on the federal government. 448 more words

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A-Basin Expansion Plan Faces Local Opposition

By Matt Kroschel

SUMMIT COUNTY, Colo. (CBS4) – Opposition to a plan that would expand the boundaries of the Arapahoe Basin Ski Area is growing louder in Summit County. 426 more words

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Colorado Ski Areas Pay Record $23 Million In Federal Rent

DENVER (AP) — The money Colorado ski areas pay the federal government to operate on U.S. Forest Service land is drawing attention at the local level. 142 more words

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