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Reporter's guide from the National Safety Council (NSC) Environmental Health Center (EHC) about the Yucca Mountain project.
Yucca Mountain – The Most Studied Real Estate on The Planet
20 Years of Intensive Site Characterization Studies at Yucca Mountain.
Cactus, Agave, Yucca and Ocotillo
ARIZONA COOPERATIVE. E TENSION. Cactus, Agave, Yucca and Ocotillo.
Yucca rostrata
OR Get the Facts about YUCCA MOUNTAIN, NEVADA and Nuclear

Suggested News Resources

Yucca Nuclear Site Returns
Yucca Mountain, long touted as the answer to the nation's nuclear waste problem, was canceled by the Obama administration in 2009.
Process protects precious product
They both feature the same succulents — plants that retain and store water like cactus and yucca. However, unlike xeriscaping, the zero guides include plants that need a little more water, but typically do well in hot and dry climates.
One to grow: Red yucca can take arid heat
Red yucca appears at the top of their most-wanted list for good looks in the worst conditions.
Crews battle brush fire that threatens structures near Perris
The blaze had scorched about five acres of vegetation after breaking out about 2:30 pm near Garza and Yucca Roads, the Riverside County Fire Department said.
Utilize Yucca Mountain and save money
By Pat Hickey and Tyrus W.

Suggested Web Resources

Yucca - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Yucca is a genus of perennial shrubs and trees in the family Asparagaceae, subfamily Agavoideae.
Cassava - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Yucca & Yucca Moth
The genus Yucca is one of the most remarkable groups of flowering plants native to the New World.
Yucca Do Nursery | Heat tolerant plants l Yuccas and Agaves
Hardy Plants from Around the World! Your source for heat and drought tolerant plants.
PLANTS Profile for Yucca (yucca) | USDA PLANTS
A PLANTS profile of Yucca (yucca) from the USDA PLANTS database.

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