THE GUARDIAN | Expansion of drilling in New Mexico would threaten sacred artefacts and bring public health risks to area still reeling from Covid-19.
A few winters ago, Sam Sage started getting strange phone calls.
Families living in rural areas south-west of Counselor, New Mexico, were telling him they saw sickly bull snakes and near-death rattlers above ground during the snowy, winter months of the south. Sage, the administrator at the Counselor Chapter House, a Navajo local government center, was incredulous.
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