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Tonto National Forest restricts equestrian recreation in Goldfield/Bulldog Area, Lower Salt River

PHOENIX, May 29, 2020  Beginning today at 6:00pm, visitors to the Tonto National Forest will not be allowed to ride or take a horse, mule, burro or donkey into the area where the Salt River Horses currently reside (map included at end of release). On May 21, 2020, Arizona Department …

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42nd Annual Mountain Film Festival coming to you this year. Stream 100 films for just $75.

For 41 years, people have gathered in Telluride over Memorial Day weekend to celebrate adventure, big ideas and indomitable spirit at Mountainfilm. This year, in light of COVID-19, that annual gathering will look a little bit different. With overwhelming support from filmmakers, special guests and a down-for-anything community, Mountainfilm is …

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This Earth Day sees unprecedented rollback of environmental regulations.

Hidden Effect of the Coronavirus  While the nation is coping with coronavirus impacts and precautions, countless Americans are dealing with new realities such as unemployment, food scarcity, and isolation through social distancing. For most of us, this means prioritizing the things in our lives that mean the most such as …

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Freeport-McMoRan Enhances Pollinator Habitats While Providing Educational Opportunities

GLOBE- Since 2011, Freeport-McMoRan’s Pollinator Conservation Initiative has worked to increase habitat relied upon by pollinators, while providing learning opportunities for all ages through Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics. More than a dozen Freeport-McMoRan sites throughout North America have implemented pollinator conservation and education projects both on and off company …

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