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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.

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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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