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  • People for the USA! disbands

    People for the USA! says it is officially disbanding due to declining membership and funding, but its members plan to keep their wise-use mission alive by merging with another conservation group, Frontiers for Freedom.

  • Wyoming refuses to join rebels

    A meeting of Wyoming's governor and other state officials with Nye County, Nev., wise-use rebels falls through after unwelcome publicity from the Wyoming Outdoor Council.

  • Wise use at Grand Canyon

    Grand Canyon chapter of People For the West! formed.

  • They're fed up, and aren't going to take it anymore

    Nevada Association of Counties endorses movement to turn control of federal lands over to state government.

  • Saving spotted cows

    Sen. Larry Craig organizes wise-use rally in Idaho.

  • Catron County readies for battle

    Catron County, N.M., passes resolution urging every household to own a gun.

  • Ranchers arrested at wildlife refuge

    The arrest of rancher Dwight Hammond for running cattle on a wildlife refuge provokes a wise-use backlash in Oregon.

  • Greens under attack

    David Helvarg's book The War Against the Greens documents violence against environmentalists.

  • Shoveling vs. sniveling

    A Montana mill owner's plan to send 10,000 shovels to Elko, Nev., so sagebrush rebels can re-open a road closed by the Forest Service, is "a triumph of symbolism over substance," according to the writer.

  • The last Celtic warlord lives in New Mexico

    A profile of Catron County, N.M.'s lawyer, Jim Catron, reveals a man steeped in Celtic and cowboy mythology, and uncompromising in his anti-government fervor.

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