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High Country News October 14, 1985

Last stand for the Colorado Plateau

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Last stand for the Colorado Plateau, Part 1

Half of Utah -- and the vast majority of its BLM wilderness candidates -- lies in the hotly contested and spectacular Colorado Plateau.

News

Exxon Corporation has put the boom back in Wyoming

Exxon's construction of one of the largest natural gas processing plants in North America has arrived in southwest Wyoming, bringing with it a mixture of wealth and dismay.

Few mourn demise of great land swap

The gigantic land swap proposed by the U.S. Forest Service and the Bureau of Land Management has been buried on Capitol Hill with little chance of being resurrected.

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