Wells creep toward Chaco

Durango Herald: From the air a spiderweb of roads connecting oil and gas wells crisscrossing the desert south of Farmington is visible, cutting into a delicate desert landscape that holds sacred sites and immense energy reserves. As the seemingly hodgepodge network of wells creeps closer to the boundary of Chaco Culture National Historical Park, created to preserve ancient ruins, environmental and tribal groups worry that an opportunity for better planning is being missed. About 90 percent of the public land......

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