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BLM Announces Southwest Oregon Withdrawal: More than 100,000 acres of federal lands will be protected to safeguard critical watersheds January 13, 2017

Orca Conservancy and its members, made public comment in support of this mining withdrawal. LINK TO COMMENT. This is just one…

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BLM Announces Southwest Oregon Withdrawal: More than 100,000 acres of federal lands will be protected to safeguard critical watersheds January 13, 2017

Orca Conservancy and its members, made public comment in support of this mining withdrawal. LINK TO COMMENT. This is just one…

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Oh YES! Cherry Point – Another Victory for Forage Fish!! January 07, 2017

DNR cuts chances of Cherry Point pier, honors Lummi Nation request to protect land BY SAMANTHA WOHLFEIL swohlfeil@bhamherald.com A marine…

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Meet the Arctic’s New Top Predator—Killer Whales December 11, 2016

There’s no doubt that melting sea ice in Hudson Bay is threatening endangered polar bears, but it might also be…

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Meet the Arctic’s New Top Predator … Killer Whales December 11, 2016

        By  David Kirby There's no doubt that melting sea ice in Hudson Bay is threatening endangered…

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