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Archive: March 6, 2012

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DURANGO, Colo. - Coloradans and other Westerners are asking President Obama to sidestep Congress and act directly to protect some important places in the Mountain West. This comes as critics have called the current Congress the most environmentally-unfriendly ever. No new federal lands have been d ...Read More

VANCOUVER, Wash. - The links between public lands, conservation efforts and strong local economies are the focus of people from rural communities in 15 states who are meeting in Vancouver for the next three days. It isn't easy for some groups to work together, but Maia Enzer, policy director for S ...Read More

BALTIMORE - When Marylanders flush the toilet or pull a bathtub plug, it's assumed the wastewater goes to a treatment facility. But that's not always the case, as the Center for Watershed Protection discovered during its initial research into flows coming from stormwater pipes draining into local st ...Read More

COLUMBUS, Ohio - It's Super Tuesday, and Ohio voters are among those in ten states who will select their choices to be the Republican presidential nominee today. A lot of attention is on battleground Ohio, with its 66 delegates up for grabs. At the University of Cincinnati, political science assis ...Read More

ST. PAUL, Minn. - As the families who run Minnesota's farms continue to age, Congress is being urged to support the Beginning Farmer and Rancher Opportunity Act as part of the 2012 Farm Bill. A young farmer from southeast Minnesota is in Washington this week, talking to lawmakers about the importa ...Read More

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