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High Country News November 13, 1981

Making the most of the public lands


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Making the most of the public lands

Bureau of Land Management head Bob Burford scares conservationists and tips the scales of management toward greater development of BLM land.

What to eat ... what, indeed

Conservation is simply a grateful recognition of connections, the self in two-way contact with a world of elements and lives.


Cecil Andrus on windmills and balance

HCN interviews Cecil Andrus, who served as Interior Secretary under President Jimmy Carter and then as ldaho's governor from 1970-78.


Reagan's free market energy myth

Although the Reagan administration preaches free market ideals, it has increased funding for nuclear power, retained some subsidies for synthetic fuels, and backed away from its promise to deregulate the price of natural gas.

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