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For decades, the abandoned Pennsylvania Mine high has been oozing heavy metals - zinc, manganese, cadmium, lead and and arsenic - into the waters of Peru Creek, a small tributary of the Snake River near Keystone, Colorado. The site has been the focus of intensive study during the past 15 years with the goal of improving water quality downstream. Comment?
My history with A-Basin goes way back to the early 1980s. I remember a memorable July 4 snow storm during that era, and lots of other assorted mayhem. Comment?
After studying the decline of Colorado mule deer populations for the past few years, state wildlife biologists are ready to unveil a new strategy aimed at stabilizing an bolstering deer numbers. Comment?
With recent increases in levels of toxic metals in Peru Creek, the ongoing remediation work at the abandoned Pennsylvania Mine , near Keystone, Colo., takes on an even greater importance in the context of water quality in the Blue River Basin and the Upper Colorado. Comment?
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