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High Country News December 14, 1992

Wilderness bills: What went wrong ... and is it time for a new approach?

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Tactics, vision split Montana environmentalists

Last month the House of Representatives passed a 1.48 million-acre wilderness bill for Montana that brought cheers from cheers from some conservation groups and objections from others.

An Idaho forest is told: Log

Idaho's Clearwater National Forest has gone through three supervisors in the last four years as the debate over timber sales causes rifts in Montana and Idaho communities.

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Hopi-Navajo dispute enters new phase

In a bold move to resolve the bitter land dispute between the Hopi and Navajo tribes, the United States government is attempting to award the Native Americans about 500,000 acres surrounding Flagstaff.

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