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Protecting Our Environment From a Monumental Threat

SedonaEye.com writer Dan Daggett went from eco-radical to conservative environmentalist after moving west to Flagstaff, AZ in 1980 where he immediately became involved as an environmental activist. Dagget worked with a variety of groups, some of which he originated, to designate wilderness, increase protection for mountain lions and black bears, and helped to initiate a campaign to ban uranium mining... 

2013 International Uranium Film Festival Comes to Navajo Nation

Window Rock, AZ (November 13, 2013) – During December 2-4, 2013, the International Uranium Film Festival (IUFF) will be held in the homelands of indigenous communities sacrificed by the United States to produce uranium for the bombs of World War II and the Cold War. Although the Navajo Nation has a moratorium halting new uranium production, there are nearby uranium mining and milling facilities... 

No Uranium Mining Near Grand Canyon Says ACC Newman

Arizona Corporation Commissioner Paul Newman Sedona AZ (June 25, 2011)-In a letter to the Sedona Eye,¬†Arizona Corporation Commissioner Paul Newman comments on the Arizona Department of Interior¬†uranium mining moratorium¬†near the Grand Canyon: Dear Editor, I was born and raised on a dairy farm, and like my fellow Arizonans who ranch and farm, appreciate the importance of clean water to the sustainability... 
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