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High Country News June 20, 1988

Parks are increasingly vulnerable


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Parks are increasingly vulnerable

Like lines drawn in the sand, the borders of America's national parks have not prevented the crowding and shoving of neighboring public and private landowners.


Will Wyoming's Clark Fork remain wild?

Proposals to designate the river as "wild and scenic" run into lingering proposals for dams.

Wyoming elk antlers head for the Orient

During its 20-year history, the annual Boy Scout Elk Antler Auction, held each spring in Jackson, Wyo., has slowly become dominated by antler traders from the Orient who export the horns to Korea and transform them into wafer-sized aphrodisiacs or medicinal teas.

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