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Satisfying Grass-Fed Beef Demand, Not So Easy for Ranchers in Northern Arizona

Demand for local, sustainable beef is on the rise. But getting into the alternative beef business isn’t easy. In drought-stricken Arizona, grass and water are in short supply, and the…

Brain Food: 3D Archaeology Helps Preserve Historic Record at Tsöpki Pueblo

Archaeology students are using 3D technology to make an historic record of a deteriorating pueblo known as Tsöpki, or Antelope House. Northern Arizona University professor Chris Downum says terrestrial photogrammetry…

Brain Food: 3D Archaeology Helps Preserve Historic Record at Tsopki Pueblo

Archaeology students are using 3D technology to make an historic record of a deteriorating pueblo known as Tsopki, or Antelope House. Northern Arizona University professor Chris Downum says terrestrial photogrammetry…

With State-Revenue Spike, Lawmakers Talk Restoring Higher-Education Funding

Arizona unexpectedly ended the 2015 fiscal year $325 million in the black. As a result, some lawmakers are discussing restoring the funds cut from the state’s three public universities in…

Earth Notes: The Southwest’s Armored Anteater

With spikes rimming its head and spines flanking its body, the horned lizard of the West could be a fearsome sight, a sort of modern-day dinosaur. That is, if it…

Page Economy Feels Impact of Gold King Mine Spill

Earlier this week, Navajo farmers in New Mexico voted to keep irrigation canals along the San Juan River closed for at least a year. They have concerns about soil contamination…

Earth Notes: The Southwest’s Armored Ant Eater

With spikes rimming its head and spines flanking its body, the horned lizard of the West could be a fearsome sight, a sort of modern-day dinosaur. That is, if it…

Mercury Found in Colorado River Wildlife

A recent study by the U.S. Geological survey has found high levels of Mercury and Selenium in fish and other food sources along the Colorado River in Glen Canyon and…

Mercury Found in Colorado River Wildlife

A recent study by the U.S. Geological survey has found high levels of Mercury and Selenium in fish and other food sources along the Colorado River in Glen Canyon and…

N. Ariz. Petition Calls for Mining Reform on Public Lands

A petition submitted today by a nonprofit environmental group seeks to trigger federal reform of uranium mining regulations on public lands. The petition focuses on so-called “zombie” mines that have…

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