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The Northern Utes take on Utah

March 30, 1987

In a little-noticed battle, 2,500 members of the Northern Ute Indian tribe have re-established sovereignty over three million acres in Utah's Uintah Basin.

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An Indian tribe regains its sovereign rights over 3 million acres
In a little-noticed battle, 2,500 members of the Northern Ute Indian tribe have re-established sovereignty in Utah's Uintah Basin.
How the Ute Tribe lost its water
The way in which the Northern Utes of northeast Utah have lost their water to the Central Utah Project is both difficult to believe and all too believable.

Essays

The end of multiple use
Although we are now in a transition stage, forces are in motion that will bring to an end the domination of national forests by timber harvesting.