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The Significance of Cooperative Land Management
Dear Friends, I’m back in Tucson after a week in the Poconos. Lots of good family time, and even a few birds I’m not used to seeing around Tucson—Eastern Bluebirds, Savannah Sparrows, and Yellow Warblers. Flying on airplanes used to be a wonderful time to settle into a window seat and ma...
More Than a Mountain: Dr. Nicholas Laluk on Protecting Dzil Nchaa Si’an
Dear Friends, Temperatures in southern Arizona have been in the mid-70s, with occasional bumps up into the high 80s. The desert’s seasonal message comes across loud and clear—100-degree temperatures aren’t very far off, so get outdoors. I’ve had two wonderful trips through the San ...
New Management Areas Protect Archaeology in Southwestern Colorado
New Management Areas Protect Archaeology in Southwestern Colorado The Bureau of Land Management Tres Rios Field Office has designated three areas of critical environmental concern in Montezuma and San Miguel counties. The new amendment to the 2015 Resource Management Plan designates the Mesa Verde ...