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Have an artful encounter in Kayenta, Utah

by Melissa Fields- Sunset Magazine Why go in spring: This artsy desert community in Utah’s red rock country is in bloom. Where it is: Within the town of Ivins, 7 miles northwest of St. George. Average March temp: 67° Dress code: Sandals, shorts, and a hat to ward off the sun. Pack a fleece jacket […]

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Visiting the Petrified Forest National Park

Carri Wilbanks, Special for USA TODAY The Petrified Forest is much more than simply another park – it’s the crossroads for more than 13,000 years of history. The ancient landscape in north-eastern Arizona is a stunning natural playground for hikers, climbers and other intrepid explorers, and a sanctuary of fascinating archaeological sites revealing a glimpse […]

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Chaco Culture National Historic Park Designated International Dark Sky Park

Last August, northwestern New Mexico’s Chaco Culture National Historic Park (NHP) became the fourth unit of the U.S. National Park System to received the designation of International Dark Sky Park Association. Added to the National Park System in 1907 by President Theodore Roosevelt and designated a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 1987, Chaco Culture NHP […]

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4th Annual San Juan Mining Conference

The 4th Annual San Juan Mining Conference will be held in Creede, Colorado on April 24 and 25 2014!  The conference is free and open to everyone (although lunch is $10 for each day). Thursday April 24, 2014, we will be hosting two concurrent session one of which is about the Colorado Data Sharing Network […]

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Judge Allows Arizona Boy to be Treated With Marijuana Extract – Natural News

What would you do?  (NaturalNews) Last Friday, an Ariz. judge made a significant decision that could potentially revolutionize the way Americans utilize medical marijuana. Superior Court Judge Katherine Cooper of Maricopa County ruled in favor of allowing five-year-old Zander Welton, who was suffering from debilitating epileptic seizures, to use cannabidiol (CBD), one of 60 cannabinoids […]

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