As Coal Mining Disappears Land Returns to Sustainable Farming, But Fracking is the New Threat— Coyote Gulch

From Inside Climate News (Bob Berwyn): Driving down Highway 133 from the craggy wilds of the West Elk Mountains in central Colorado, one of the first signs of civilization is a mile-long coal train on a siding, along with the rusting steel framework of a canyon-spanning loading station that still dumps the black rock into […]

via As #Coal Declined, This Valley Turned to #SustainableFarming. Now Fracking Threatens Its Future — Inside #Climate News #ActOnClimate #KeepItInTheGround — Coyote Gulch

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