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New BLM regime shifts energy landscape in Colo.

PAONIA, Colo. — A group of organic farmers, outdoor recreationists and solar advocates here see a mix of coal mine methane, micro-hydropower and solar power as the future of Colorado's North Fork Valley. They hope to be heard during a BLM land management planning process that hasn't always been friendly to broad public input.

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