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Sustainable ranching & "Cowboy Conservation"

Can the practice of "Holistic Management" in which livestock improve the health of soil and create the right conditions for grasses to thrive live up to its promise? One Colorado rancher is hoping so.
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Acequias— Wisdom in the Ditches

Ancient irrigation canals brought by Spanish colonists to the southwest helped them survive in a region of scarce water. Given drought, adjudications and social change, is the survival of acequias that once sustained these early settlers now in doubt?
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Changing Fixtures, Changing Lives

Mile High Youth Corps provides jobs for young adults ages 18-24. Rooted in the tradition of the Civilian Conservation Corps of the 1930s, it addresses the employment and educational needs of youth by putting them to work in ways that benefit the community— and enrich their lives.
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August 17, 2014

Canada Wants to Lay Claim to the Mineral-Rich Arctic

Much Bottled Water Comes From Drought-Stricken California

What Are Water "Tractor Beams"?

What to Do with an Old Bus? Turn it into a Shower for the Homeless

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