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As Western fires burn, focus narrows on forest management. But it’s easier said than done
Correcting the mistakes of the past is tougher than it sounds, as managers work to get ahead of coming wildfires and learn from previous ones.
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Indigenous activists arrested in demonstration against border wall construction near Quitobaquito Springs
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Border wall construction heightens environmental concerns in sensitive habitats
Local residents, a sheriff and a wildlife expert weigh in on the impacts of physical barriers at the southern border.
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Scientists: Border wall construction wreaking havoc at Quitobaquito Springs
More than two dozen ecologists, biologists and hydrologists say the desert oasis is in worse shape than ever.
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Border wall construction begins across San Pedro River
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In Nevada, investors eye underground water storage as a path to profits
Some worry certain projects could threaten supplies in a place where water is already tight.
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