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The Natural Resources Defense Council works to safeguard the earth - its people,
its plants and animals, and the natural systems on which all life depends.
In the small city of Great Falls, residents push back against a Big Ag plant that would consume 3.5 million gallons of water—and produce 102,995 pounds of waste—per day.
Citing poor air quality and high asthma rates, local environmental advocates are pushing for a cleaner ride to school for their children.
Cobalt mining and other interests lay claim to Grand Staircase–Escalante and Bears Ears National Monuments, rankling local communities tied to these lands.
Environmentalists, the recreation industry, and lovers of the state’s great outdoors push back against new mine developments threatening their waters.
As the fish disappear, native peoples are looking for solutions lest they lose a way of life too.
Governor Hickenlooper wants to rev up the transition away from gas power, but there are a few roadblocks to clear.
The state is considering a proposal to allow trophy hunters to bait and kill grizzly bears near Yellowstone and Grand Teton National Parks.
How far will the state go to push back against citizens who want to know what’s in their water and air?
When hungry bears and Montana’s honey industry collide, apiarists and conservationists come together to avoid a sticky situation.
A bevy of Colorado colleges are helping the young (and not so young) to learn new trades that will help fuel the state’s wind energy revolution.
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