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High Country News March 19, 1982

Wilderness on the rocks

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Wilderness on the rocks

Environmentalists oppose bills, supported by snowmobiling and timber interests, that would establish more wilderness in Montana and Wyoming.

North Dakota: The oil boom is on

Workers are flooding Dickinson and Williston, the two largest towns in western North Dakota, to take part in the oil boom.

Perspective

Playing the game: public input in NEPA planning

From the outside, the National Environmental Policy Act process might as well be a foreign culture with its own, language and customs.

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