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San Francisco Peaks to Get 20 More Years of Sewage Snow
The City of Flagstaff has extended the controversial Snowbowl’s wastewater contract for 20 years...
Hopi Win Right to Continue Court Fight Against Snowbowl Wastewater on Sacred Peaks
An Arizona Supreme Court ruling enables the Hopi Tribe to continue its legal challenge to the Snowbowl ski resort’s spraying of artificial snow made from treated wastewater onto th...
The Snowbowl Scheme Seems Absurd; it Just Might Be Carcinogenically Serious
There is a famous bit in Monty Python and the Holy Grail where the King of Swamp Castle describes his struggle to build his large medieval edifice...
Ninth Circuit Allows Recycled Sewage on Sacred San Francisco Peaks
Gale Courey Toensing
A federal appeals court has given an Arizona ski resort operating on federal land permission to use recycled sewage to make artificial snow on Humphrey’s Peak—the highest and the m...
Obama Asked to Stop Snowbowl Sacred Site Desecration
WASHINGTON –Bolstered by new support by the United Nations, an Indian human rights group is urging tribal leaders to ask President Barack Obama to suspend the planned spraying of r...
Natives Say Forest Service Broke Rules, Obama Administration Asked to Investigate
In the latest twist to the saga involving the increasingly likely desecration of sites held sacred by some American Indians, a coalition of Indian citizens has filed a last-ditch l...
Sacred Sites—Concern Extends Across Country
Ben Shelly, Navajo Nation president, is apologetic yet determined when it comes to one of the country’s special places, a place he calls “very important.” He is one of the leaders ...
San Francisco Peaks' Snowbowl Plight Featured in The New York Times
After years of fighting to maintain the integrity of the San Francisco Peaks, the 13 tribes that have worshipped at the sacred site for thousands of years may soon see it covered i...