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    Let the market help

    Defenders of Wildlife publishes a report, "Economic Incentives into the Endangered Species Act.'

  • News

    Clearcuts and the Clearwater

    The Sierra Club and the Idaho Wilderness Society agree to a Forest Service plan to cut 80 million board-feet in Idaho.

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    Salvage sales assailed

    Several groups sue the Forest Service to block salvage timber sales in Idaho.

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    Maybe another wolf

    Biologists can't confirm if a video shot in Hayden Valley of Yellowstone shows an endangered gray wolf.

  • Feature

    Ranger prods and and pulls her district in a new direction

    Kamas District Ranger Melissa Blackwell represents a new direction for the National Forest Service.

  • News

    Logging firms sour the West for trees

    Boise Cascade and the Louisiana-Pacific lumber companies export timber from Dixie National Forest to the chagrin of local companies.

  • Feature

    Hail to the Chief

    A profile of Jack Ward Thomas, new chief of the Forest Service.

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    Faux deer draws faux hunters near Vail

    The Colorado Division of Wildlife catches outlaw hunters with Robodeer.

  • Book Reviews

    Save the salmon

    Idaho Governor Cecil Andrus publishes a brochure, "Snake River Salmon: National treasure at risk of extinction.'

  • Book Reviews

    SAVE THE SPINELESS

    The Xerces Society wages the battle for biological diversity by acting as an advocate for invertebrate populations.

  • Book Reviews

    Living with cougars

    The Colorado Division of Wildlife's brochure, "Living with Wildlife in Lion Country,' answers questions about cougars.

  • News

    Once more, for the sturgeon

    Operators at Montana's Libby Dam will again try to keep the Kootenai River white sturgeon off the endangered species list.

  • News

    Human activity must yield to bears

    The Forest Service changes reduces logging and roadbuilding in Flathead National Forest and Glacier National Park in order to protect grizzly habitat.

  • Related Stories

    Groups blast recovery plan for four salmon runs

    A Snake River Chinook Recovery Team plan to truck salmon downstream does more to protect hydropower than fish, critics say.

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    More talk about wolves

    The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service extends its deadline for public comment on the wolf restoration project in Yellowstone.

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