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Original Post ➡️ Fritz Benedict’s enduring influence on Aspen will be explored in the “Legends of Aspen” film series that begins Feb. 14 at the Pitkin County Library. Courtesy of Aspen Hall of Fame The “Legends of Aspen” film series, a joint project of the Pitkin County Library and the Aspen Hall of Fame, begins at ...
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Captain’s Log Starship 1XE, Day 8 in the month February, Earth Calendar year 2024. Jaguars in Arizona? We told you so! After years of searching for the elusive jaguar and working to protect its habitat connectivity between northern Mexico and southern Arizona, we now have proof that jaguars indeed travel to southeastern Arizona’s remote and rugged Santa Ritas, ...
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Original Post ➡️ Puckett Land Co. says decision to voluntarily cancel 58-year-old conditional rights was for business purposes This photo shows the Thompson Creek drainage on the right as it flows into the Crystal River just south of Carbondale. A company with oil shale interests has voluntarily abandoned its conditional water rights for a reservoir ...
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Original Post ➡️ With the closure of Arch Resources Inc.’s Coal Creek mine south of Gillette, local and Wyoming officials want to turn part of it into an industrial park. An aerial view of the Coal Creek mine about 30 miles southeast of Gillette. (Courtesy Ecoflight) Another industrial park built on an old coal mine ...
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Original Post ➡️ Pinyon Plain’s start comes amid US’s push to boost production, but tribes fear contamination of water and cultural sites The Pinyon Mine in Arizona. Photograph: US Forest Service A uranium mine in Arizona located just 7 miles south of the Grand Canyon national park has begun operations, one of the first in the US to ...
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Original Post ➡️ An aerial view of the Thompson Divide area, looking south along West Divide Creek, with the Bull Mountain pipeline running roughly parallel, to the left, of the creek bottom. Mount Sopris, at upper left, and Chair Mountain, upper right, frame the background. Dan Bayer/EcoflightDan Bayer/EcoFlight Puckett Land Co.’s 23,893 acre-foot proposal dates ...
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Original Post ➡️ Dylan Anderson/Steamboat Pilot & Today. Steam rises from the Craig Station just west of Craig, as seen from an EcoFlight tour in February 2022, of the Yampa Valley. Officials are bracing for the closure of the station and the Colowyo Mine that supplies it in 2030, and what that means for the ...
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Below is a chronological selection of photos taken by EcoFlight during 2023 – the images include landscapes protected during the year, lands and watersheds deserving of protection, and showcases the incredible resilient nature of our planet. These are just a fraction of our images of 2023. They offer a chance to reflect on some of our ...
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Expects to process ore at Blanding’s White Mesa Mill in 2025 Colorado-based Energy Fuels announced Dec. 21 that it has commenced uranium production at three mines, including two locations in San Juan County. The company is the largest domestic producer of uranium. Energy Fuels plans to stockpile uranium ore at the White Mesa Mill in ...
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Original Post ➡️ The proposal the city submitted to Bloomberg Philanthropies’ Public Art Challenge is for a project called “Wake: The Great Salt Lake.” (Rick Egan | The Salt Lake Tribune) Antelope Island on the Great Salt Lake is photographed Tuesday, Sept. 5, 2023, from an aerial tour provided by EcoFlight. Salt Lake City received ...
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