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Rockies Today

March 10 · Issue #89 · View online
The big stories up and down the Rocky Mountains, curated by Mountain West News

Oil shock
Colorado oil producers hit hard by Saudi, Russian production war and coronavirus uncertainty Colorado oil producers hit hard by Saudi, Russian production war and coronavirus uncertainty
As oil prices dive, Wyoming operators hope to weather the storm
Revenue hit, bankruptcies in play with plummeting oil prices
New Mexico’s governor vetoes spending on oil-price, coronavirus concerns
Bakken faces another round of global oil price chicken after Russia-OPEC spat
For Alberta’s embattled energy industry, Saudi price war is nothing short of catastrophic
Oil glut on coronavirus may sink Trump's 2020 message of 'energy dominance'
The hidden toll of wildfires
A huge aerial campaign seeks to understand the effects of biomass smoke on human health A huge aerial campaign seeks to understand the effects of biomass smoke on human health
Cattle call
Cattle could return to Escalante tributaries under new Grand Staircase monument plan Cattle could return to Escalante tributaries under new Grand Staircase monument plan
Meanwhile…
Utah says Trump had right to shrink national monuments
More public lands news:
BLM official skirts questions on headquarters move
Grijalva to Bernhardt: Hand over BLM docs or face subpoenas
Groups launch round 2 of BLM drilling dispute
Opinion: What the public needs to know before Wyoming buys 1 million acres
Craft brewers to urge Gardner to advance CORE Act
Building a clean building sector
Salt Lake City to building developers: Go electric Salt Lake City to building developers: Go electric
Energy efficient homes mean less air pollution. But are they affordable?
These stories by the Salt Lake Tribune were funded in part by a grant from Solutions Journalism Network to examine ways Utah businesses and individuals are working to reduce the state’s air pollution problem.
More energy news:
Montana consumer advocate demands Colstrip purchase details
Company unveils new natural gas processing plant in Converse County, Wyoming
Colorado lawmakers advance bill to limit Suncor emissions, improve monitoring
Anti-pipeline activists return to court to stop Keystone XL—again
As investors and insurers back away, the economics of coal turn toxic
What else we're reading today
Colorado Gov. Jared Polis declares a state of emergency
Colorado lawmakers wanted to tackle the state’s PFAS problem. They are taking more of a baby step.
‘This system cannot be sustained’
Eastern Shoshone Tribe weighs entering the cannabis market
Colorado hemp and CBD industries thankful for less federal interference
USDA approves Montana hemp production plan
Appeals court tweaks ruling on Idaho Fish and Game’s wilderness wolf-collaring operation
Yellowstone biologists spot first bear of 2020
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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