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Before 2002, almost all of the approximately 40,000 acres of land in the Wood
River Valley, Oregon were used for intensive, flood-irrigated summer cattle grazing,
as it had been for over 100 years. Conservation activity in the valley was limited to a
couple of wealthy landowners. But a year after...
This analysis uses data from a larger ethnographic study examining community
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