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September 2008
High Country News;9/1/2008, Vol. 40 Issue 16, p2
The article features various issues and topics related to the publication in the U.S. Greg Tieman, an environmental consultant from Charlottesville, West Virginia, dropped by at the publication's office. Dennis Carty from Berkeley, California, swung through spending several weeks piloting a raft down the Grand Canyon. S. K. Kevin and her husband visited the publication's office after their camping in the nearby mountains. Hannah Nordhaus received a special citation from the judges of the 2008 James V. Risser Prize for Western Environmental Journalism for her feature story entitled "Silence of the Bees."


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