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Oregon's rivers, lakes and streams are under attack, along with many others across the nation. Aquatic invasive species cost billions of dollars ...Read More
For the second year in a row, national, state and local leaders meet in Colorado to discuss the nation's energy future. U.S. Sen. Ken Salazar, Gov ...Read More
Wyoming cattle ranchers have decided banding together may be the only way to survive. A new cattle group is forming to take on issues that have ...Read More
The St. Lawrence Seaway is open, which is good news for shipping in Minnesota and other Great Lake states. But, that brings the growing danger of ...Read More
Iowa's farmers may not realize it, but they add to global warming by using petroleum. This weekend, the first of two workshops sponsored by the ...Read More
Wisconsin's college basketball teams may be out of the "Sweet 16," but 25 could also be a winning number for the Badger State, according to ...Read More
The American Dream is still alive in rural South Dakota, but it'll take work and new ideas. That's the message of the sixth annual Midstates ...Read More
Congress will soon begin writing the 2007 Farm Bill, the core document of U.S farm policy. This coming weekend Senator Tom Harkin, chair of the ...Read More
Opponents of a new coal plant near Farmington celebrated as the final buzzer sounded on the state's legislative session. The clock ran out on a ...Read More
It's been almost two decades since the voters of North Dakota created the "Resources Trust Fund," earmarking oil taxes for water and renewable energy ...Read More
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