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NavajoYes seeks to create oudoor opportunities, envisions 80-mile trail from NGS

For 50 years, the Kayenta Mine on Black Mesa supplied coal to fire the Navajo Generating Station (NGS) in Page, Arizona. The generating station was closed in 2019, the mine is now being dismantled. (Photo/Peabody Energy)

For 50 years, the Kayenta Mine on Black Mesa supplied coal to fire the Navajo Generating Station (NGS) in Page, Arizona. The generating station was closed in 2019, the mine is now being dismantled. (Photo/Peabody Energy)

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