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Rattlesnake Ridge is a classic Ouachita scene just a few minutes from downtown Little Rock. This is Arkansas's newest natural area thanks to Gov. @AsaHutchinson , @nature_org , and the Lee Bodenhamer Family. Come visit the Natural State, and start your visit here in #LittleRock .

On Saturday, I saw Eric, Doug & their team prep for a prescribed burn of the lower climbing area at Rattlesnake Ridge. A controlled fire can be a great catalyst for a healthy forest. Great to see Scott Simon & @nature_org 's careful stewardship of #Arkansas ’s new natural area.

Farewell to 2019 - Time for the #TopNine  on @instagram  - (top lft to top right) Halloween, Back to School, BDay Dinner, Ferry to Bainbridge, Facebook aging app, Rattlesnake Ridge, Wedding Anniversary, Family Photo, Cherry Blossoms at UW w @SuzannePhan  & Chuey ? #SoNorthwest 

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The Rattlesnake Ridge Wind project will be located southwest of Medicine Hat and will produce enough energy to supply the equivalent of 79,000 homes, according to the press release. #abenergy  #abpoli 

The Rattlesnake Ridge Wind project will be located southwest of Medicine Hat and will produce enough energy to supply the equivalent of 79,000 homes, according to the press release. #abenergy  #abpoli 

Berkshire Hathaway Energy subsidiary secures PPA for Rattlesnake Ridge#Wind  in Alberta. The C$200 million project is being built with no government subsidies.

Brandon Semenuk and Ryan Howard get parallel on the trails at Rattlesnake Ridge. @BrandonSemenuk 

Landslide at Yakima's Rattlesnake Ridge could take 20 years to reach bottom of hill

The huge gap you see on Rattlesnake Ridge continues to grow each day, but Emergency Management says it's not anything to be concerned about right now.

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Dramatic new images show the Rattlesnake Ridge slide moving over time. The slope near Yakima is currently sliding about 1.6 feet per week.

Authorities in south-central Washington state are warning residents near an ever-growing tension crack on Rattlesnake Ridge to evacuate.

A massive chunk of central Washington's Rattlesnake Ridge is moving, and cracking. Geologists say it will likely cause a landslide — and it could dam the Yakima River.

A massive crack on top of Rattlesnake Ridge in south-central Washington state has nearby residents evacuating.

Authorities in south-central Washington state are warning residents near an ever-growing tension crack on Rattlesnake Ridge to evacuate.

Geologists disagree over how big the Rattlesnake Ridge slide will be, and whether it will speed up and grow, or stabilize itself.

Authorities in south-central Washington state are warning residents near an ever-growing tension crack on Rattlesnake Ridge to evacuate.

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There is a slow-moving landslide on Rattlesnake Ridge near Yakima.

Authorities monitoring a growing fissure high on Rattlesnake Ridge east of Union Gap warned nearby residents to be prepared to evacuate at a moment’s notice:

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