There is another reason, beyond recreation and conservation, why we wish to preserve our rivers. It’s a quieter reason: At the river we find healing, release, solace, a physical manifestation in front of us that says plainly, “The only way is forward. Just keep going.”
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It is hard to trust their general message of they are going to do it right when we see these kind of changes and are surprised by them,” said David Brooks of Montana TU. “They are changes that pose serious risks to both water quality and water quantity.”
MSU-MTN 2018 mail-response poll, conducted between Sept. 14 and Oct. 6, a 2 percent margin of error. MSU staff mailed polls to 10,000 voters and received 2,000 responses.
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