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    Protecting the Grand Canyon from a Tourist Tramway

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    Jack Dykinga
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    Standing Behind Tribes to Protect the Bears Ears



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    Tim Peterson
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    Restoring the Ponderosa Pine Forests of Northern Arizona


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Since 1985, the Grand Canyon Trust has worked to protect and restore the Colorado Plateau.

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The White Mesa Mill’s radioactive tailings impoundments are perched above the groundwater supply for most of southeastern Utah. Some worry the liners in the older impoundments may be leaking.

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Volunteers and citizen scientists supported climate change research, planted trees, and donated over 14,000 hours to conservation in 2016.

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Navajo Nation Law and Order Committee votes down proposed Grand Canyon tramway legislation. Next stop: the Resources and Development Committee.

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