June 1, 1992
Two Idaho and Montana studies by the Forest Service represent the first full-scale efforts by the agency to control damage caused by grazing, but substantial improvements on the range may be a long way off.
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- Jim Bolen on Biking bill is a smokescreen for opening up wilderness