Topic - Natural Resources

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Is the legislation all wet?

Minnesota State Roundup
March 2005 - fedgazette

New mining law surfaces

Michigan State Roundup
March 2005 - fedgazette

Bringing back the big bucks

Michigan State Roundup
January 2005 - fedgazette

Gold, silver mining stays cyanide-free

Montana State Roundup
January 2005 - fedgazette

State's oil wells need more workers

North Dakota State Roundup
January 2005 - fedgazette

District natural resources still an economic factor

Andrew Savaloja, Toby Madden
November 2004 - fedgazette

District ag and natural resource industries boosted by high prices

Amy Stittsworth, Rob Grunewald
July 2004 - fedgazette

Market conditions cause gasoline price hikes

Rob Grunewald
July 2004 - fedgazette

Letter to the Editor

Comment on July 2003 fedgazette on Water Wars.
January 2004 - fedgazette

Cleaner air and water come at a cost

Wisconsin State Roundup
September 2003 - fedgazette

Mines combine

Michigan State Roundup
September 2003 - fedgazette

State gets a new kind of farm

South Dakota State Roundup
September 2003 - fedgazette

I dream of protective genies

The softwood lumber and steel industries begged for protection from imports. Both got their wish, but has it helped?
Ronald A. Wirtz
July 2003 - fedgazette

Water Consumption Charts

Water Consumption by Use, 1995* (Millions of Gallons Per Day) and Water Consumption by Quantity, 1995 (Millions of Gallons Per Day)
Douglas Clement
July 2003 - fedgazette

Water Wars

Markets hold promise for resolving disputes over water use. But the intricate economics—and persistent politics—of water suggest that governments will remain part of the picture.
Douglas Clement
July 2003 - fedgazette

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