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The Wound That Won’t Heal: The World’s Hunger for More Phosphorus
The Shoshone-Bannock tribes are hardly alone when it comes to dealing with the repercussions of the world’s hunger for phosphorus...
The Wound That Won’t Heal: Idaho’s Far-Reaching Phosphate Pollution
While the pollution at the FMC site rivals the story in the movie Erin Brockovich , the story of phosphate in Idaho actually has a much wider reach, spanning the entire Phosphoria ...
The Wound That Won’t Heal: EPA’s Band-Aid on Idaho Phosphate Pollution
With a $57 million price tag, the EPA’s new plan to cope with pollution at a defunct phosphorus plant on the Fort Hall Indian Reservation would appear to be ambitious...
The Wound That Won’t Heal: Idaho’s Phosphate Problem
This is the first story in a three-part series about phosphate mining in southeast Idaho and its effects on the Shoshone-Bannock tribes...