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Dust Bowl redux?

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Dust Bowl redux?
By Mountain West News • Issue #119 • View online

Dust Bowl redux?
Dust Bowl conditions of 1930s now more than twice as likely to reoccur
America’s longest river was recently drier than during the Dust Bowl. And it’s bound to happen again.
'Unbroken wilderness'
Part 1: The quest to save the wild Gallatins
Part 2: Some call the Porcupine and Buffalo Horn 'holy land'
Part 3: Big Sky and the human appetite for consuming wildness
Foot on the gas
Industry coalition files emergency motion seeking stay in Keystone XL case
Biden White House would yank Keystone XL permit
Keystone pipeline project proceeds amidst COVID-19 pandemic
Keystone pipeline project proceeds amidst COVID-19 pandemic
Navajo Nation passes 4,000 cases
As the Navajo Nation battles a COVID-19 onslaught, some Utah leaders cry conspiracy
Nation may be nearing peak; 4,000th COVID case logged
Food, water, chickens: Help is on the way to pandemic-stricken Navajo, Hopi communities
Indian Country: Behind the monolith
What else we're reading today
How Colorado caught COVID-19
A refugee and new grandmother was the eighth employee at a Colorado meat packing plant to die from coronavirus
Many rural areas in the Mountain West avoided COVID-19's first wave. Are they ready for a second?
Yellowstone, Glacier leaders urge flexibility, restraint as parks prepare to reopen
National parks will be bizarre this summer
Another piece of the Flathead River conservation puzzle falls into place
On top of extreme drought, firefighters face new challenge: COVID-19
N.D. oil production sees largest 6-week drop in history
Once a cautionary case study, Tri-State is lauded in report as a standout example among utilities on renewables
Plenty of cattle, not enough beef: Pandemic turns Magic Valley meat industry upside down
Returning to roots
The largest Arctic science expedition in history finds itself on increasingly thin ice because of coronavirus
Rockies Today is edited by Matthew Frank, fellow in regional journalism at the O’Connor Center for the Rocky Mountain West at the University of Montana. 
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