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"The current U.S. power plant fleet consumes a massive amount of freshwater - more than 40 percent of all freshwater withdrawals as recently as 2005 -- according to the U.S. Geological Survey. Those water withdrawals make electricity generation the largest "consumer" of fresh water outside of the [ READ MORE... ]
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It extends for miles in all directions, so it is as though we are primordial creatures emerging from the mist onto the banks of an alien island world. The ridge top above is fire scarred and dotted with the skeletons of recently charred conifers. An impossibly-green carpet of thigh deep grasses [ READ MORE... ]
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The herd bull’s full grandeur came into focus through the spotting scope. A 7×6 mainframe with extra junk all over – a Little Mountain monster – everything one comes to expect from this storied Wyoming sanctuary of public lands. A kicker stuck straight up from the base of each first brow tine. [ READ MORE... ]
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It’s a genius idea when you think about it, one that stems from the very fabric this country was built on, a notion that some natural resources, and I’m not talking oil or gas or coal or timber, but fundamental natural resources – mountain streams, fresh air, wild game – belong to all of us, that [ READ MORE... ]
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The Utah School and Institutional Trust Lands (SITLA) Board drew fire from sportsmen this past week after secretly leasing a large portion of the Book Cliffs, a prized hunting and fishing area, to oil and gas giant, Anadarko. The move was seen as a stab in the back to sportsmen and the Utah [ READ MORE... ]
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Blog Post BY Shauna Sherard_2 ON September 4, 2013 - 0 COMMENTS
Healthy rivers for New Mexico
Hats off to Gov. Susana Martinez for taking the reins on New Mexico’s water situation. On Aug. 15, she announced that she would request $1.5 million in capital outlay dollars to fund New Mexico River Stewards, a program to restore troubled streams. These funds can leverage federal and local [ READ MORE... ]
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Not many anglers can deny climate change anymore – many of us have seen first hand the changes on our rivers and streams in recent years. And while we can go round on the politics, the outlook, and the answer, the fact is if the models are even a little bit true – the tiniest bit – we are in for [ READ MORE... ]
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                    By Garrett VeneKlasen
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Rio Grande del Norte from Our Sporting Heritage on Vimeo. By Garrett VeneKlasen
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