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High Country News January 22, 1982

Juggling wildlife and 'other needs'


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Juggling wildlife and 'other needs'

Is U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service head Robert Jantzen cutting an already undernourished budget and favoring ranching interests over wildlife in his predator control and grazing policies?

Energy conservation versus power plant construction

The Bonneville Power Administration may preside over the most ambitious federally mandated energy conservation and public power development program in the nation.

Aggressive agency lowers thermostats and raises hackles

The Idaho Public Utilities Commission has gained national attention for being the first utility commission to wield the federal Public Utility Regulatory Policies Act (PURPA), filling the void created by unconcerned state officials and legislators.

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