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High Country News May 11, 1987

A struggle for an Arizona peak

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A struggle for an Arizona peak

Preservationists oppose construction of an astronomical observatory on Mount Graham.

Uncommon Westerners

Rancher-lawmaker takes on the establishment

Idaho's John Peavey proves that a legislator can win major fights against the West's power triangle -- big business, utilities and the farm-ranch establishment.

News

Some land was reforested only on paper

Forest Service employees overstated the number of acres reforested in 1985 in 23 of 39 ranger districts studied, a U.S. Department of Agriculture audit shows.

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