High Country News November 28, 1994
An unusual consensus may stave off development in Washington's Methow Valley.
The Forest Service asked William Stafford to write poems for the scenic turnouts along the river valley. Poems reprinted.
Good news and bad news in the West, "Celebrate the West" conference in Wyoming.
Environmentalists sue state land board to institute "truly competitive bidding" on leases of state-owned land.
Horses are banned from acequia because of pollution problems.
BuRec backs off from water-spreading reforms.
Utah farmers receive money for water conservation.
A draft plan to revise management of Black Hills National Forest is no good, say environmentalists.
Environmentalists' nightmares come true in "94 election.
Reporters give state-by-state election results for the West.
A coalition of canyon lovers defeats the U.S. Air Force in Idaho's Owyhee Canyon.
For 20 years environmentalists have fought developers in the Methow Valley.
Residents of Methow Valley build cross-country skiing to feed the economy.
Environmental records of ranking Republican members of committees addressing natural resource issues
Chart showing voting record percentages on natural resource issues by Republican members of committees addressing natural resource issues, 103rd Congress.