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David Bernhardt confirmed as Interior Secretary; Judge blocks decision to end coal-mining ban on federal lands; President Trump signed bill endorsing Colorado River Drought Plan; Karuk tribe struggles to defend itself against fire threats; cancer-causing chemical taints Paradise water; Native American demand drives black market for eagle feathers; and more environmental news from around the West this month.
Increased rain and snow force Oroville Spillway into use; health impacts from oil and natural gas extraction; Northern New Mexico trout drop; record-high Mexican gray wolf population in Southwest; and more environmental news from around the West this month.
Apr 2 2019 | ... & the West Blog
In Utah, outdoor recreation is more and more of a booming business. Its impact on the land is still being understood, but there are few limits in sight.
New Mexico moves to leave carbon-fueled power behind, Colorado River arguments over drought planning end, the last possible savior of the Navajo Generating Station turns away, the San Joaquin Valley aquifer can’t hold as much water, and other recent news about the West and its environment.
Mar 18 2019 | Happenings, ArtsWest
The contributions of all four speakers contributed to the sense of Burning Man as a type of experimental art utopia for those seeking an alternative to purely capitalist pursuits.
Mar 5 2019 | ... & the West Blog
Green power source or fish killer? As older dams around the West come up for relicensing, their owners know that they’ll have to spend heavily to fix problems, while new energy sources are getting cheaper.

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Apr 22 2019 | ... & the West Blog, ... & the Best | Posts Recommended by the ... & the West Blog
David Bernhardt confirmed as Interior Secretary; Judge blocks decision to end coal-mining ban on federal lands; President Trump signed bill endorsing Colorado River Drought Plan; Karuk tribe struggles to defend itself against fire threats; cancer-causing chemical taints Paradise water; Native American demand drives black market for eagle feathers; and more environmental news from around the West this month.
Apr 9 2019 | ... & the West Blog, ... & the Best | Posts Recommended by the ... & the West Blog
Increased rain and snow force Oroville Spillway into use; health impacts from oil and natural gas extraction; Northern New Mexico trout drop; record-high Mexican gray wolf population in Southwest; and more environmental news from around the West this month.
Apr 2 2019 | ... & the West Blog
In Utah, outdoor recreation is more and more of a booming business. Its impact on the land is still being understood, but there are few limits in sight.