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Hay – yes, hay – is sucking the Colorado River dry

When California, Arizona and Nevada agreed last week to stop using 3 million acre-feet of Colorado River water — about a trillion gallons — in order to protect their drinking supply, they took aim at one especially thirsty user: hay.

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The EV mining rush could come to Montana’s mountains

A company announced it found the country’s highest-grade rare earth deposit in Montana.
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California’s trees keep dying as temperatures rise
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In a warming world, California’s trees keep dying

That could doom the state’s plan to fight climate change with the help of nature.
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In Colorado, a storied valley blooms again

The San Luis Valley’s Acequia Institute is raising new traditions from multicultural roots.
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The West’s hottest county is also its most Latino

Some places in Imperial County, California, experienced 117 days above 100 degrees this year.
Scientists unravel the origins of the Southwest’s monsoon
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Scientists unravel the origins of the Southwest’s monsoon

But just as their understanding of the phenomena becomes mores clear, it’s starting to disappear.
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