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Rockies Today

May 1 · Issue #114 · View online
The big stories up and down the Rocky Mountains, curated by Mountain West News

Getting well by getting out
Though closed to the public, Bryce Canyon still teems with life Though closed to the public, Bryce Canyon still teems with life
Utah national parks prepare to reopen, but don’t expect a normal park experience
Penned up by the pandemic, Montanans try to get well by getting out
Yellowstone to see staged opening with limited services
You’re not supposed to travel more than 10 miles for outdoor recreation during Colorado’s safer-at-home phase
WDFW, other state land managers, prepare for reopening Tuesday
Hunting and fishing provide food security in the time of COVID-19
Not just disease
Disease has never been just disease for Native Americans Disease has never been just disease for Native Americans
COVID-19 infections surge across the Navajo Nation
The COVID-19 crisis in Indian Country exposes broken treaties and U.S. obligations
Trump revives Native American panel to aid virus response
Tribes were supposed to get $8 billion in COVID-19 aid. They've gotten $0.
'Keep it in the ground' movement
Small oil drillers are turning off taps more quickly than anticipated Small oil drillers are turning off taps more quickly than anticipated
More energy news from around the region:
Colorado new oil and gas permits plunge by 96% in April from a year earlier
Weak market, COVID-19 make for grim Q1 report for Peabody
Feds: Keep pipeline open during NEPA review
Indigenous organizers say Keystone XL workers not social distancing
Virtual meetings set for drilling plan near national park
What rock-bottom natural gas prices mean for Canada’s aspiring LNG industry
New Mexico regulators defer decision on solar-battery plan
Do wolves 'restore the balance'?
Absent wolves, ecosystems changed. Can new wolves restore things? Absent wolves, ecosystems changed. Can new wolves restore things?
Meanwhile…
Growl, you’re on canine camera
What else we're reading today
Between coronavirus pandemic and looming Supreme Court decision, DACA recipients on edge
Funds for climate-tied Colorado water plan drying up due to virus
Questions surround Utah’s hastily passed inland port
Southern Utah’s Best Friends pays $6.3M to buy state land that was proposed for frack sand mining
Montana crops get a COVID bump
Pandemic adds to push for more cell service in parks
Like ‘Dunkirk’: How COVID-19 clobbered NOLS, a Lander keystone
Idaho Statesman newsroom unionizes, as parent company navigates bankruptcy
On a melting planet, more precisely tracking the decline of ice
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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