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Original Post ➡️ Nature Writing MFA students take to the skies with EcoFlight Listen – 3:41 A small aircraft flew low over the Gunnison Valley early Sunday morning.  The engines drowned out the sound of pencils scribbling, as students in the Western Colorado University Nature Writing MFA program jotted down notes. The trip was facilitated ...
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Original Post ➡️ The peer-reviewed paper comes as Colorado River water users are planning for the biggest cutbacks in history. (Ecoflight) An aerial view of the Glen Canyon Dam at Lake Powell, Thursday, April 14, 2022.By Zak Podmore  | July 21, 2022, 12:14 p.m.| Updated: July 22, 2022, 11:58 a.m. Without significant, permanent cuts to water ...
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Original Post ➡️ Wild horses feed in the Piceance-East Douglas Herd Management Area on July 5. The Bureau of Land Management began gathering horses from this area and sending hundreds to a long-term boarding facility July 15. Pueden encontrar la versión en español aqui. On July 15, the Bureau of Land Management started rounding up wild ...
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Original Post ➡️ The Energy Fuels uranium mill and waste cells at White Mesa, Utah.Bruce Gordon/Ecoflight A Native American community neighboring the only operating uranium mill in the U.S. is hoping a new study will answer longstanding questions about whether it is affecting their health. Members of the Ute Mountain Ute tribe living in White ...
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Uinta Basin Railway faces obstacles

Original Post ➡️ Litigation takes aim at public funding for project that would run heated oil trains through Colorado The Denver and Rio Grande Western Railway, Highway 191 and Highway 123 in Carbon County, Utah are shown in this aerial photo taken by EcoFlight, an Aspen-based environmental group. This is where the proposed Uinta Basin ...
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