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Earthjustice Quarterly Magazine: Fall 2012

The Colorado River runs through the Grand Canyon in Arizona. (Koji Hirano)
Issue 120
Fall 2012
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The Colorado River. (David Morgan / iStockphoto)
Restoring the Once Mighty Colorado
Dammed, drained and poisoned, the Colorado River no longer roars into the Gulf of California—it dribbles. Earthjustice is fighting along the river's length to restore healthy flow.
A dam along the Colorado River.

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Map of the United States.

Frontlines

| Tom Turner

Current Cases, Issues, and Victories

Just Dessert

| Shirley Hao

Why the Fisher Eats Socks

Features

Forage fish, as energy bar. (Matt Lau) Forage Fish: Energy Bars of the Sea Earthjustice lawyers are stepping in to help stop the plunder of the ocean's larders.
Cooperstown's iconic Main Street is filled with souvenir shops designed to attract the hundreds of thousands of baseball fans that come to the area each year. (Frank Forte) Fracking Runs Afoul of Hometown, U.S.A. It's easy to understand why leaders and citizens in Cooperstown, NY, rose up to protect their town against fracking—and towns across America are following suit.

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Female grizzly resists fast-talking male in Katmai National Park, Alaska. (Harry Bosen)
Female grizzly resists fast-talking male in Katmai National Park, Alaska. This is one in a series of spectacular wildlife photos submitted by Harry Bosen of Virginia.
A butterfly. (Mike Stavrinakis)

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PhotoCredits

Cover:
Koji Hirano
The Colorado River runs through the Grand Canyon in Arizona.
Restoring the Once Mighty Colorado:
David Morgan
The Colorado River
On the Hill, Just Dessert:
Loetus Creative
Forage Fish:
Matt Lau
Fracking Runs Afoul:
Frank Forte
Cooperstown's iconic Main Street is filled with souvenir shops designed to attract the hundreds of thousands of baseball fans that come to the area each year.
Action Saves the Day:
TVA
The disastrous 2008 coal ash spill in Tennessee.
Your Photo:
Harry Bosen
Female grizzly resists fast-talking male in Katmai National Park, AK.