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Safer Passage
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Safer Passage

Large game animals need to migrate across busy highways, just as some fish need to travel upstream past man-made barriers to spawn. Biologists and state highway officials are creating safer passages for both game and fish. We examine solutions in Colorado and Oregon.

Solar powered farms
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Solar powered farms

We visit a farm in Minnesota that produces corn and soybeans, plus enough energy to meet its needs, and help the bottom line.

Navajo Water
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Navajo Water

January 14, 2021

Many residents on the Navajo Reservation are now enjoying clean, running water and solar power in their homes, benefiting from DigDeep’s ambitious project to transform their daily lives with the simple miracle of a working tap.

Restoring the Colorado Delta
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Restoring the Colorado Delta

December 27, 2021

With authorities releasing limited water pulses upstream, conservationists and volunteers work to restore the native habitat of the Colorado Delta that has been dry for years.

Crop-switching in the megadrought
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Crop-switching in the megadrought

July 16 2021

Farmers in Arizona are hoping that guayule, a hardy plant that produces natural rubber, can become a profitable crop requiring far less water than alfalfa, corn and cotton.

Renewable Urban Energy
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Renewable Urban Energy

November 24, 2020

In Minnesota, Rochester is a community that is on its way to achieving 100 percent renewable energy generation by 2030.

Oregon Rivers
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Oregon Rivers

In a state where “rivers are everything,” tribal leaders, high school students, and master brewers are among those finding new ways to protect this precious resource. One way is nominating them for Wild and Scenic River status.

Wyoming Public Lands
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Wyoming Public Lands

Diverse interests share their points of view with the Bureau of Land Management as it reviews its blueprint for the use of 245 million acres of federal land in southwest Wyoming. It’s a constantly changing balance of environment and economy.

Wildlife Crossings
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Wildlife Crossings

In Wyoming, transportation experts and biologists have come up with a way to provide migrating wildlife with safe passage across busy Interstate 80—wildlife overpasses! The crossings are saving the lives of animals, drivers, and passengers

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Safer Passage
Large game animals need to migrate across busy highways, just as some fish need to travel upstream past man-made barriers to spawn. Biologists and state highway officials are creating safer passages for both game and fish. We examine solutions in Colorado and Oregon.
Solar powered farms
We visit a farm in Minnesota that produces corn and soybeans, plus enough energy to meet its needs, and help the bottom line.
Navajo Water
Many residents on the Navajo Reservation are now enjoying clean, running water and solar power in their homes, benefiting from DigDeep’s ambitious project to transform their daily lives with the simple miracle of a working tap.
Restoring the Colorado Delta
With authorities releasing limited water pulses upstream, conservationists and volunteers work to restore the native habitat of the Colorado Delta that has been dry for years.
Crop-switching in the megadrought
Farmers in Arizona are hoping that guayule, a hardy plant that produces natural rubber, can become a profitable crop requiring far less water than alfalfa, corn and cotton.
Renewable Urban Energy
In Minnesota, Rochester is a community that is on its way to achieving 100 percent renewable energy generation by 2030.
Oregon Rivers
In a state where “rivers are everything,” tribal leaders, high school students, and master brewers are among those finding new ways to protect this precious resource. One way is nominating them for Wild and Scenic River status.
Wyoming Public Lands
Diverse interests share their points of view with the Bureau of Land Management as it reviews its blueprint for the use of 245 million acres of federal land in southwest Wyoming. It’s a constantly changing balance of environment and economy.
Wildlife Crossings
In Wyoming, transportation experts and biologists have come up with a way to provide migrating wildlife with safe passage across busy Interstate 80—wildlife overpasses! The crossings are saving the lives of animals, drivers, and passengers
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With authorities releasing limited water pulses upstream, conservationists and volunteers work to restore the native habitat of the Colorado Delta that has been dry for years.

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