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  1. Pulling out all the stops

    Ken Burton

    WASHINGTON, DC — There are an estimated 75,000 dams over six feet high throughout the United Staes, and nearly 3 million other barriers scattered throughout all of America's waterways. Together, they represent roadblocks for virtually every specie

    Story | Conversation | May 31, 2006
  2. Spotted owls, logging & environmentalists

    Patrick Moore

    Species diversity cannot be discussed today without mention of the spotted owl. This little night hunter has become the symbol of forest preservation in the US Pacific Northwest. It has provided the legal basis for a major reduction in logging in the National Forests, large tracts of public land controlled from Washington, DC. The spotted owl is listed as a "threatened" species under US legislation, one step away from "endangered."

    Story | Conversation | May 31, 2006
  3. Improved "Open Fields" bill introduced

    Today on Capitol Hill Senators Kent Conrad of North Dakota and Pat Roberts of Kansas officially introduced a new version of the "Open Fields" bill in the U.S. Senate. A companion version will be introduced in the House of Representatives by Congressmen To

    Story | Conversation | May 31, 2006
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    Brett Washington, DC

    Panel | June 19, 2001