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A Fort Lewis College student has taken responsibility for defacing a cultural site on Comb Ridge in southeast Utah.

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In November water managers for the Colorado River opened the floodgates of Glen Canyon Dam and released a huge flood down the Grand Canyon. In this edition of River Radio, host Sam Carter talks with Katrina Grantz from the Bureau of Reclamation's Upper Colorado Region about this “High Flow Experiment,” a managed flood intended to move sediment down the canyon in an attempt to improve the health of the river corridor.

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A battle is brewing over the Obama administration’s adoption of a new rule regarding methane.

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Southwest author and wilderness advocate Terry Tempest Williams and her husband, Brooke, have appealed the Bureau of Land Management’s decision to reject their bid on two oil and gas leases in Grand County, Utah.

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The Obama Administration has finalized a Bureau of Land Management rule designed to reduce methane emissions, but critics hope it will be overturned when Donald Trump takes office.

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