Across Nicaragua | Canoe & Kayak Magazine

Will a struggling Central American country become the site of the largest earthmoving project in history? Three paddlers set out to cross Nicaragua before the canal. —READ FEATURE STORY ON CANOEKAYAK.COM

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The Cost of War

Legal battles are draining the coffers of San Juan County, Utah. Does bankruptcy loom? By Zak Podmore © Four Corners Free Press After six years of voting-rights litigation with the Navajo Nation, Utah’s San Juan County could be pushed to the brink of bankruptcy in the near future. According to the state auditor’s office, at […]

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High Country News Op-Ed: Native voices aren’t being heard on Bears Ears

San Juan County is celebrating President Donald Trump’s recent decision to cut over 2 million acres from Bears Ears and Grand Staircase-Escalante national monuments in Utah. The move amounts to the largest rollback of federal land protections in U.S. history. By saying San Juan County, however, I mean the county’s conservative leadership and not the majority of […]

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