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An Arizona Snowbowl controversy gets buried.
The controversy continues over snowmaking proposals at Arizona Snowbowl near Flagstaff, located on land deemed sacred by Native Americans.
I was shocked to read in a recently published book that skiing is to blame for the increased intrusion of noisy, soil-ripping all-terrain vehicles on public land.
A group of local environmentalists sue to stop Arapahoe Basin ski area from beginning snowmaking operations.
The Skiing Company honored Gore Mountain with a Silver Eagle Award for Environmental Group Relations.
Wachusett Moutain Ski Area, MA had plans for two new trails at midmountain. Unfortunately, a Superior Court judge blocked the expansion.
Navajo Nation appeals U.S. District Court decision supporting use of wastewater to aid in snowmaking at Arizona Snowbowl near Flagstaff.
The Sierra Club of Massachusetts filed a suite to prevent Wachusett Mountain Ski Area from cutting down trees to create two new trails.
Environmentalists filed suit in New Jersey against Intrawest to prevent Mountain Creek from developing 2,000 acres with 2,000 residential units, a golf course, retail shops, and hotels.
Wachusett Mountain Ski Area in Massachusetts has received preliminary OK's on a planned trail expansion that was previously put to halt.
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