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  • Idaho wilderness bill fails

    Idaho wilderness bill is shelved.

  • Agency cuts timber cut

    Timber cut is scaled down by 25 percent.

  • Restoring the Rio Grande

    Rio Grande restoration seeks to increase water flows in river.

  • Wetlands program wasn't

    Study shows that mitigation projects in Oregon destroyed more wetlands than they created.

  • Teaming up

    The recently created Henry's Fork Watershed Council unites two groups that were former adversaries.

  • Tourists welcome, sort of

    Representatives from 15 tribes gather to discuss impacts of tourism.

  • A Northwest watersheds expo

    Watersheds'94 conference planned.

  • Children need the wild

    A review of Gary Paul Nabhan's The Geography of Childhood.

  • The list no Idaho stream wants to be on

    EPA increases official list of Idaho's polluted rivers to 800.

  • Is "natural regulation' leading to unnatural results?

    Rocky Times in Rocky Mountain National Park - An Unnatural History by Karl Hess Jr. reviewed.

  • For rangeland reformers

    Western Legislative Conference to host Rangeland Reform and Watershed Management in the West.

  • Techno-weenie resources

    Institute for Energy and Environmental Research hires physicist for groups that work on nuclear issues.

  • Saving the remnants

    Citizens' Wilderness Proposal for Wyoming BLM lands being developed.

  • Endangered waters

    American Rivers lists 10 endangered rivers.

  • All eyes on cows

    Rangeland Reform "94 hearings set.

  • Sharing the land

    Jackson Hole Alliance for Responsible Planning and Northern Rockies Conservation Cooperative to host Sharing the Land: Preserving Jackson Whole.

  • Changing the law of the river

    Bureau of Reclamation releases draft plan to change the way the Colorado River is managed in Nevada, Arizona and California.

  • Our West

    Or West: Loving the Land conference set for Wyoming.

  • Wind in the West

    New wind turbines spur four wind-power projects in the West.

  • ADC must go

    Two reports look at abuses in Animal Damage Control program.

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