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Original Post ➡️ Executive Director Amargosa Conservancy Mason Voehl discusses the flight path to a group of passengers on a recent EcoFlight over Nye County to discuss conservation issues. (Jimmy Romo/ Pahrump Valley Times) Embedded in the Amargosa Desert lies a segment of the 185-mile long Amargosa River that is split between Nevada and California. ...
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Original Post ➡️ Xcel Energy’s Hayden Station just east of Hayden is shown from an EcoFlight tour of the Yampa Valley with Friends of the Yampa on Friday, Feb. 4, 2022. Dylan Anderson/Steamboat Pilot & Today The Northwest Colorado Development Council has been working for nearly a year to unify various communities affected by the ...
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Short-term rentals will still be allowed if the property is someone’s primary residence Original Post ➡️ The town of Hayden is shown from an EcoFlight tour of the Yampa Valley with Friends of the Yampa on Friday, Feb. 4, 2022. Dylan Anderson/Steamboat Pilot & Today Hayden will restrict short-term rentals in residential zones to primary ...
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Original Post ➡️ An aerial view of the White Mesa Mill’s tailing cells, which hold the radioactive waste left from the uranium-milling process.Dom Smith / EcoFlight A new report released Tuesday argues a uranium mill in southeast Utah is acting as an unregulated radioactive waste site. Tribal members and environmentalists are now calling for changes on how ...
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Original Post ➡️ TWIN FALLS — Could a wind project affect 911 communications? State and local agencies have expressed concerns that the Lava Ridge Wind Project could interfere with emergency communications. An up to 400-turbine operation on 73,000 acres of public land in south-central Idaho, the Lava Ridge Wind Project is moving through the Environmental ...
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Original Post ➡️ Water managers in the Colorado River Basin have tried to keep Lake Powell from falling under 3,525 feet — it’s likely to happen soon. Lake Powell is seen in a November 2019 aerial photo from the nonprofit EcoFlight. In the next week or two, the water level at Lake Powell is likely ...
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Original Post ➡️ The Yampa River in Western Moffat County, seen here from a camera mounted on an EcoFlight plane touring Northwest Colorado with Friends of the Yampa on Feb. 4. EcoFlight/Courtesy As industries across the Western Slope continue to watch snow and water levels as the days until summer close in, the Colorado River ...
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Original Post ➡️ Top priorities include ARPA fund usage, housing The city of Craig, as seen from an EcoFlight tour of the Yampa Valley with Friends of the Yampa on Friday, Feb. 4, 2022. Dylan Anderson/Steamboat Pilot & Today City and county leadership met together Tuesday as part of an ongoing attempt to unite the ...
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Original Post ➡️ Earlier this month, EcoFlight and Friends of the Yampa flew across Northwest Colorado in a small plane with a mounted camera and took these photos hoping to educate and advocate for the river. The White River winds west out of the Flat Tops Mountains, seen here from a camera mounted on an ...
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Original Post ➡️ Hayden is seen from the air during an EcoFlight tour of the Yampa Valley with Friends of the Yampa on Friday, Feb. 4, 2022. Hayden Town Council approved an updated development code on Thursday, Feb. 17, putting the code better in line with the town’s direction and simplifying what’s been described as ...
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