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An America that did not happen

December 22, 1986

The closure of Camp Grisdale, a planned community for a permanent workforce of loggers on Washington's Olympic Peninsula, marks the end of a sustained-yield program that was supposed to last at least a century.

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An America that did not happen
The closure of Camp Grisdale, a planned community for a permanent workforce of loggers on Washington's Olympic Peninsula, marks the end of a sustained-yield program that was supposed to last at least a century.
Treaty ends Colorado water wars
The City of Denver, the West Slope's Colorado River Water Conservation District and the Northern Colorado Water Conservation District have decided to end decades of courtroom and political bloodletting by signing a tripartite agreement.

Perspective

Post mortem on FOE
With the closure of Friends of the Earth's western Colorado office in Palisade and its branch offices in Tucson, Ariz., Crested Butte, Colo., and Moab, Utah, FOE's 17-year conservation program in the intermountain West is now history.