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    A trial run at Glacier

    During Gil Lusk's tenure as Glacier's superintendent, he worked hard at communitiy planning.

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    For the white and well-to-do

    Raising entrance fees may discourage minorities from visiting parks.

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    Parks as cash cows

    Concessionaires make huge profits from parks.

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    Shrink to fit: National Park Service may be downsized and reorganized

    National Park Service faces mammoth reorganization.

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    Say what?

    Park Service considers procedural changes and asks advice about de-jargonizing.

  • Essays

    Llamas: They expect YOU to know what you're doing

    Camping with llamas is a new experience.

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    Pay to play

    The Southwest Idaho Mountain Biking Association believes mountain bikers should pay to use trails on public lands.

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    Parks give free rides

    Park Service loses $100 million a year in fees it fails to collect.

  • Book Reviews

    No room at the top

    American Mountain Foundation tries to save Colorado's "Fourteeners" from being loved to death by climbers.

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    A climbing plan for Devils Tower

    Park Service tries to develop a climbing management plan that will satisfy Native Americans who regard Devils Tower as sacred.

  • Essays

    The Park Service didn't put my son in a coma

    The severe injury of her son in a hiking accident leads the writer to meditate on the need to take personal responsibility in the outdoors.

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    Does Utah need an eco-challenge?

    Conservationists object to proposed gigantic "Eco-Challenge Adventure Race" planned for Utah.

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    Park Service trying to evict cave cafe

    Controversy erupts over the possible removal of a subterranean cafeteria in Carlsbad Caverns.

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    Park concessions to be corralled

    A bill to reform concessions in national parks seems likely to pass.

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    Whose fault? A Utah canyon turns deadly

    The deaths of two hikers in Utah raise legal and ethical questions about risk and responsibility.

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