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High Country News February 02, 1987

The West cleans up its act


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The West cleans up its act

An acid rain-causing copper smelter in Douglas, Ariz., closes.


L-P turns up the heat in Wyoming

The Louisiana-Pacific Corp. has mounted a controversial media campaign to win public support for increased timber sales in Wyoming's Bridger-Teton National Forest.

New powerline could electrocute salmon

The Northwest's energy surplus is the latest battleground in the decades-long trench warfare between salmon and steelhead advocates and the Bonneville Power Administration.

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