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Agency's wilderness grazing policies 'too pure'

November 30, 1979

Some conservationists trying to increase the amount of designated wilderness object to the regulations that the Wilderness Act places on grazing because those regulations draw opposition from ranchers.

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Agency's wilderness grazing policies 'too pure'
Some conservationists trying to increase the amount of designated wilderness object to the regulations that the Wilderness Act places on grazing because those regulations draw opposition from ranchers.
Lone Ranger Nader: Just what does he want?
A look at Ralph Nader's background lends support to a view of him as a product of America's traditional idealism -- an idealism that has generated conflicts throughout the country's history because it is frequently at odds with political and economic realities.

News

DeSmet coal-to-gas plant in the works again
The small town of Buffalo, Wyoming, may face an influx of more than 20,000 people if Texaco Inc. and Texas Eastern Corp. go ahead with plans for a strip mine and coal gasification plant near Lake DeSmet.