In the American West, recreational and tourist activities on public lands can conflict with agriculture, ranching and mining. Despite this potential clash between leisure and livelihood, the people of Grand Junction, Colorado, have found a way to share their state’s precious resources. Iowa Public TV’s Josh Buettner reports on a Western community where coexistence has triumphed over conflict.

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