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The once heavily logged mountains in West Virginia's Alleghenies are being protected and restored by the Forest Service and The Nature Conservancy.Visit Cheat Mountain
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Once believed extinct, black-footed ferrets are now returning to native habitat in Colorado and other states - and another release is planned this week.
In 2013, easements accounted for more than half the land area the Conservancy helped protect. Take a look at one of the Conservancy's most important conservation tools.
"Wild Chinook salmon in Idaho are creatures out of myth, as elusive as sea serpents. There is nothing quite as satisfying as seeing a conservation result live and up close."
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