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High Country News August 28, 1989

Still wild at 25

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Still wild at 25

Canyonlands National Park remains primitive, with more dirt roads than paved.

News

A tough band tries to survive in Idaho

Transplanted woodland caribou stick it out in the Selkirk Mountains.

Essays

Public lands policy is an intellectual wilderness

Once, when America was young, we knew why we had public lands. Now that America is mature, few of us even know we have them.

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