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Preserving John Muir's Wisconsin
Move over, Glacier Bay. Hold on a sec, Yosemite. If you want to know what really motivated John Muir to protect America's wild places, you've got to go back to "that glorious Wisconsin wilderness" of the Sierra Club founder's boyhood.
An easy way to reduce Great Lakes pollution? Use a rain barrel.
Rocky Mountain High Five
Colorado activists celebrate first-of-their-kind statewide fracking rules.
A Kentucky cave's ties to the Underground Railroad have helped save it from becoming a coal-ash dumping site -- at least so far.
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