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The War On Nature, and The Battle for Bears Ears

The War On Nature Think of it this way: conservation of resources versus extraction of resources is not a political topic. It’s a war. That’s right, a full-blown war. One side either doesn’t believe that unchecked human consumption is leading to climate change, massive species die-offs, the irrevocable destruction of important ecosystem, and the inherent sanctity of nonhuman entities and

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The Case for the Creek

  Truth be told, I don’t really care for splitters. Sure, as an artist and a philosopher I admire them for their elegant simplicity. They are the essence of “the line”. Black snakes sinewing up red cliffs. Splitters are singular. Focused. Pure. But they inspire only fear within me, inscribe terror upon my meek climbing soul. They rip and shred my

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