During A Drought, Senior Water-Rights Holders Have Privileges
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Conservatives, Environmentalists Found Common Ground In Cap And Trade
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As Oklahoma Drought Continues, Farmers Prepare For Losses
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States Say Cutting Down On Carbon Was Easier Than Expected
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A Peat Bog As Big As England, And A Rare Glimpse At Earth's History
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No Matter How You Spell It, Fracking Stirs Controversy
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The hemp seedlings in Ben Holmes' warehouse in Lafayette, Colo., will be ready for harvest in about 50 days. Holmes says that during the peak growing season, the little sprouts can shoot up several inches each day. Luke Runyon/KUNC/Harvest Public Media hide caption

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Industrial Hemp Could Take Root, If Legal Seeds Weren't So Scarce
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Clint Muhlfeld, an aquatic ecologist with the USGS, holds a native Westslope cutthroat trout in Glacier National Park. Noah Clayton/USGS hide caption

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Hybrid Trout Threaten Montana's Native Cutthroats
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Farmworkers pull weeds from a field of lettuce near Gonzales, Calif. Salinas Valley farms like this one rely on wells, which haven't been affected much by the drought. George Rose/Getty Images hide caption

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California's Drought Isn't Making Food Cost More. Here's Why
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Political Rhetoric Bogs Down Future Of Keystone XL Pipeline
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