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  • 'This is not a radical notion...'

    In his own words, Dave Foreman - who helped found Earth First! - discusses blending poetry with science to save wildlife through The Wildlands Project.

  • 'It's like the Manhattan Project...'

    In his own words, conservation biologist Michael Soulé discusses the responsibility of scientists to restore wilderness and preserve wildlife.

  • Visionaries or dreamers?

    Earth First! founder Dave Foreman and conservation biologist Michael Soulé founded The Wildlands Project, a scientifically based plan to save endangered wildlife by restoring and reconnecting the scattered islands of wilderness remaining in the West.

  • Extra photos to Visionaries or Dreamers

    Extra photos that go with lead article

  • 'I think we can work with ranchers'

    In his own words, retired Air Force pilot and environmentalist Herb Meyr discusses working with ranchers one-to-one vs. Jon Marvel's combative tactics.

  • 'We're trying to turn up the heat'

    Land and Water Fund lawyer Laird Lucas defends Jon Marvel's work against public-lands ranching.

  • 'Jon Marvel is the wing nut'

    Emmett, Idaho, rancher Brad Little says that environmental activist Jon Marvel is abusing the system in his attempt to end all ranching, not just public-lands ranching.

  • 'My response is reasonable'

    In his own words, Jon Marvel explains why he thinks his response to public-lands ranching is reasonable.

  • Jon Marvel vs. the Marlboro Man

    Jon Marvel, Hailey, Idaho, architect, founded the Idaho Watersheds Project to target public-lands grazing, but his notoriously in-your-face, confrontational style has roused a lot of controversy along the way.

  • Speaking from experience

    In his own words, Mono Lake Committee staffer Gary Nelson compares the problems his group has successfully dealt with to the challenges facing the Walker Lake Working Group.

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