Navajos, Hopis turn to other heat sources after coal mine closure

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Navajos, Hopis turn to other heat sources after coal mine closure

Workers employed by the Village of Tewa chop wood Dec. 6 delivered from the White Mountain Apache Timber Co. in the Village of the Tewa administration building on the Hopi Nation, in Ariz. Navajo and Hopi families in northeastern Arizona that have long relied on coal to heat their homes are looking to other sources after last year’s closure of a coal mine.

Navajos, Hopis turn to other heat sources after coal mine closure

Workers employed by the Village of Tewa chop wood Dec. 6 delivered from the White Mountain Apache Timber Co. in the Village of the Tewa administration building on the Hopi Nation, in Ariz. Navajo and Hopi families in northeastern Arizona that have long relied on coal to heat their homes are looking to other sources after last year’s closure of a coal mine.
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