Has Animas River spring runoff been normal? Is normal safe? Definitely. Not. Got it?
Late spring in the West means surging creeks and rivers. As water flows rapidly increase, so does the water’s turbidity and discoloration.
Still reeling from the psychological impact of seeing our river turn orange, many in our community...
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As the world transforms in response to technological innovation and evolving political preferences, chaos claws at order, building the future with every rip and tear.
It’s a painful thing, this process. Inevitable, yes, but still painful.
In April, San Juan Citizens Alliance sued five federal agencies for their role in...
Imagine an unlikely scenario with me.
Donald Trump, the wildly successful, great, terrific business icon turned even terrific-er presidential candidate, finds himself unsure how to negotiate a business transaction.
Who might he call for advice?
After years of watching a slow-motion train wreck at the Navajo Mine, I...
Victory! (Kind of.)
This week, San Juan Citizens Alliance members helped persuade the federal government to give our community more time to weigh in on five parcels of public land to be leased for oil and gas drilling.
Before I explain “kind of,” let’s first orient ourselves to the parcels in...