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High Country News January 21, 1985

The Forest Service meets its critics


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The Forest Service meets its critics

Forest Service Chief Max Peterson comes to Casper, Wyo., and San Francisco, Calif., to speak about recreational user fees, logging subsidies and other controversial issues.


Saga of a source called Deep Root

An anonymous tipster calling himself Deep Root is tying up phone lines in newsrooms across the country with his message that there is a conspiracy within the Forest Service to build roads in all areas Congress has not designated as wilderness.


Forest Service survives very well

The Bridger-Teton National Forest personnel is fairly and competently administering this forest according to the will of the people, as expressed by the Congress of the United States.

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