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Calling themselves the "Watchdogs of the Prairie," members of the Dakota Resource Council are baring some teeth at a proposal to construct a new coal ...Read More
Three coal sludge dams failed, 125 people died and more than 4,000 lost their homes. The Buffalo Creek disaster was the top story 35 years ago today ...Read More
The cement industry is getting a free pass to spread mercury pollution, according to two lawsuits against the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency ...Read More
A package of bills designed to promote sustainable farming, meet consumer demand for "chemical-free" food, and boost the rural economy with new ...Read More
The 18th annual Upper Midwest Organic Farming Conference is under way today in La Crosse, Wisconsin. Some 2,000 farmers and food providers from ...Read More
Developers of a planned off-shore wind farm on Nantucket Sound have begun accepting public comments on the project. Cape Wind would be the first of ...Read More
More than 1,500 farmers from around the country will be hearing a lot about the positive economics of organic farming this week in La Crosse ...Read More
Hunters, fishers, and conservationists from around the state are gathering at the state Capitol today, asking lawmakers to protect Great Lakes water ...Read More
Montana legislators have been cynically "thanking" global warming for weather warm enough to step outside during breaks this year. At the same time ...Read More
Two Wyoming groups will file suit in federal court today against PacifiCorp, charging air pollution violations at the Jim Bridger Power Plant near ...Read More
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