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Rent a tent: Startup matches landowners with campers
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Rent a tent: Startup matches landowners with campers
A land-sharing startup called Tentrr matches landowners looking for extra cash with vacationers yearning for solitude under the stars

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Nathaniel Reed, tireless environmental advocate, dies at 84
Nathaniel Pryor Reed, a tireless advocate for the environment who co-wrote the Endangered Species Act, has died at a hospital in Quebec
California fire victims don’t want utilities’ fault reduced
PG&E and other utilities say the law is unfair and they want it wiped from the state’s books.
Wyoming game commission Oks wolf hunting season
The Wyoming Game and Fish Commission has approved a wolf hunting season this fall that allows for hunters to take up to 58 wolves
Huge northern Nevada wildfire nearly half contained
Fire crews in northern Nevada have dug a containment line around about half of a wildfire that has burned an area nearly half the size of the state of Rhode Island
New EPA acting chief signals more inclusive approach
New EPA acting chief signals more inclusive approach
The new acting chief of the Environmental Protection Agency is signaling a more inclusive approach at the agency, telling staffers roiled by months of ethics allegations against his predecessor, "You will find me and my team ready to listen."
Washoe County seeks shooting ban when fire risks present
Western Nevada officials have requested the drafting of an ordinance that could prohibit target shooting when wildfire threats are present
Herbicide may have killed other trees in central Oregon
A weed-killer that killed thousands of ponderosa pines near Sisters has been linked to the deaths of other trees outside Sunriver and possibly across Oregon
Crews gaining on huge Nevada wildfire visible from space
The National Interagency Fire Center said Tuesday it was the largest wild land fire burning in the United States.
Wildfire in central Washington forces evacuations
A 22-mile stretch of I-90 is closed in both directions from east of Ellensburg to just east of the Columbia River.
Militia leader who tried to bomb federal cabin released
William Keebler appeared on authorities’ radar after spending time with Nevada rancher Cliven Bundy during his armed 2014 standoff over grazing fees.