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High Country News August 07, 1981

Cattle, cussing and cowboys


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Cattle, cussing and cowboys

HCN editor Dan Whipple follows a cattle drive in Utah's Uinta Mountains.

The Pit and the Penstemon

An overview of Wyoming's endangered plant species, including Penstemon acaulis, Laramie false sagebrush and Ross bentgrass.


1080 revival renews old wrangle

Sheep producers vigorously lobby the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency to lift a ban on Compound 1080, which is used to poison predators.

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