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Altar Valley Ranchers

Kinder Morgan would use boulders to bar access to its Sierrita pipeline route

Picture a line of boulders, up to 4 feet in diameter, against a 50-foot-wide dirt right of way overlying an underground natural gas pipeline. Also picture fences, timber debris, signs and pipe barriers along the route.

June 24, 2013 12:00 amLoading…
Pipeline firm vows replant, but erosion worries others

Pipeline firm vows replant, but erosion worries others

A view from Marsh Station Road looking west shows the failure of a revegetation effort along the route of a pipeline built in 2007. Kinder Morgan Energy Partners, which wants to build another line from Tucson to Mexico through the Altar Valley, says it is committed to preventing erosion and …

June 17, 2013 12:00 amLoading…
Pipeline firm vows replant, but erosion worries others

Pipeline firm vows replant, but erosion worries others

THREE POINTS - Rancher Walter Lane points to a boulder-filled gully, 8 feet deep, jutting north from a dirt road through the Altar Valley.

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