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  • In the Heart of Alaska's Salmon Stronghold | The Story Group
    Alaska sits 14 miles away from the proposed Pebble Mine site Water from the site migrates into the lakes and streams surrounding the village supporting the millions of sockeye salmon that spawn in the area and the natives that live off the fish The residents worry that a mine in this wet place will destroy the environment and the salmon runs they depend on This entry was posted on Wednesday

    Original URL path: http://thestorygroup.org/in-the-heart-of-alaskas-salmon-stronghold/ (2016-04-30)
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  • Lost in Migration – Copper's Threat to Salmon | The Story Group
    a dark future for the Bristol Bay salmon if the controversial Pebble copper mine is developed This video looks at the effects a massive mine development would have on salmon in Bristol Bay s most productive sockeye spawning rivers What science has uncovered are the effects of minute amounts of copper in salmon streams and how the mine will alter the fragile hydrology of the ecosystem This entry was posted

    Original URL path: http://thestorygroup.org/lost-in-migration-coppers-threat-to-alaskas-salmon/ (2016-04-30)
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  • Every Drop Counts – Water efficiency in an uncertain future | The Story Group
    uncertain future Produced for Trout Unlimited Every Drop Counts examines ways ranchers can use water more efficiently in Colorado s Upper Gunnison Basin With ever increasing downstream demands from states sharing Colorado River water and growing Front Range communities ranchers at the top of the watershed need to secure their water future by demonstrating efficient use of the resource This entry was posted on Tuesday April 5th 2016 at 1

    Original URL path: http://thestorygroup.org/every-drop-counts-water-efficiency-in-an-uncertain-future/ (2016-04-30)
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  • No Time to Waste – Working together for a secure water future | The Story Group
    Work No Time to Waste Working together for a secure water future A group of farmers in the Gunnison Valley CO are finding and promoting new ways to conserve water With growing downstream demand for water water security is a topic on every irrigator s mind Produced for Trout Unlimited This entry was posted on Tuesday April 5th 2016 at 1 01 pm It is filed under Stories You can

    Original URL path: http://thestorygroup.org/no-time-to-waste-working-together-for-a-secure-water-future/ (2016-04-30)
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  • Voices of the Fraser River – A Colorado valley fights for its river | The Story Group
    Denver wants this water and the residents of the Fraser Valley want Denver to hear their stories The Fraser River flows through Winter Park and is one of the main tributaries to the Upper Colorado River Already 20 percent of the river is piped through the mountains to Denver and now Denver Water wants 20 percent more Often these big water battles leave citizens feeling voiceless This video is a

    Original URL path: http://thestorygroup.org/voices-of-the-fraser-river-a-colorado-valley-fights-for-its-river/ (2016-04-30)
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  • Return of the American Bison | The Story Group
    first step in repopulating public and tribal lands throughout the West and ensuring the survival of the wild American bison This entry was posted on Thursday March 15th 2012 at 2 21 pm It is filed under Stories Videos You can follow any responses to this entry through the RSS 2 0 feed One Response to Return of the American Bison Bess Coleman says April 25 2012 at 2 21

    Original URL path: http://thestorygroup.org/return-of-the-american-bison/ (2016-04-30)
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  • The Upper Colorado and Fraser Rivers are at risk | The Story Group
    Upper Colorado River s native flows to supply water to the urban areas on the other side of the mountains Today most of that water is used to water lawns and gardens which concerns residents of Grand County and those who recreate there Should Denver be able to go ahead with two new diversions which will siphon up to 80 percent of the Upper Colorado s waters in order to

    Original URL path: http://thestorygroup.org/uppercolorado/ (2016-04-30)
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  • Teton Canyon – A Wild Legacy at Risk | The Story Group
    inundated the wild Teton Canyon behind it stilling the river s waters Before the earthen dam completely filled it failed flooding the downstream towns of Rexburg and Sugar City killing 11 and causing millions in damages Recently Idaho legislators have proposed building a new dam at the same site But the politics of water and wildness have changed in the past three decades and the value of the Teton Canyon

    Original URL path: http://thestorygroup.org/teton-canyon/ (2016-04-30)
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