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Mecklin, John; Halcomb, Erin
February 2007
High Country News;2/5/2007, Vol. 39 Issue 2, p2
The article offers updates on the board members and staff of the "High Country News" for February 2007. The board members and staff had traveled to Berkeley, California to do some work where they held a show for the readers. A panel discussion was held on post-election changes in the West's political landscape which was headed by Jon Christensen. They mainly focused on Western environmental policy issues. In addition, board member Mark Harvey showed his documentary film "A Land Out of Time" which evaluates the environmental degradation of the coalbed methane drilling boom in the mountain West. Meanwhile, one reader suggested that the overuse of overgrazing is overtaking rational discourse and another reader shared on how the gas industry in Godfrey, Texas had changed.


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