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Monthly Archives: April 2015

How The Ski Industry Could Sell Off Your Rivers To The Highest Bidder By Jim Bradley – American Rivers Blog – March 29, 2015 As the snow melts, the National Ski Areas Association turned their attention, once again, to waiving … Continue reading

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by Brenda Zollitsch Last week, ASWM hosted its annual State/Tribal/Federal Coordination Workshop at the National Conservation Training Center in Shepherdstown, West Virginia.  The experience of connecting with wetland folks from across the U.S. is always both exciting and motivational.   At … Continue reading

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Water giveaways during a drought invite conflict By Jay Lund and Peter Moyle – California Water Blog – March 23, 2015 When labor is scarce, people move to better jobs with higher wages. When land is scarce, landowners are offered higher … Continue reading

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Sweet Deal Miami Herald – March 27, 2015 Florida lawmakers may be on the verge of making a mistake of historic proportions by letting a splendid opportunity to aid Everglades restoration and clean up waters east and west of Lake … Continue reading

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