High Country News February 07, 1994
New Fish and Wildlife Service Directory Mollie Beattie wants to restore agency's integrity and purpose.
Oregon Natural Resources Council wants 18 dams destroyed to save Northwest's salmon.
Board meeting in Boulder, visitors, correction about Comb Wash and Eddie Dutchie.
Jon Marvel of Idaho Watersheds Project outbids ranchers for grazing lease on state land.
Bruce Babbitt tries to preach consensus to ranchers and environmentalists at star-crossed meeting.
Campbell County, Wyo., plans coyote shoot as tourist attraction.
Jim Baca faces removal as BLM director.
Bruce Babbitt considers expansion of road through national monument.
Bob Budd will manage Red Canyon Ranch for The Nature Conservancy.
Timber industry finances campaign against Option 9.
Save Sierra Blanca fights waste disposal from other states in Texas.
Forest Service seeks to limit all-terrain vehicle access to Colorado's Grand Mesa.
Forest Service bans outfitter camps in Idaho's Frank Church-River of No Return Wilderness.
Take Back Santa Fe group wants to rein in runaway development.
International Erosion Control Association plans conference.
Agricultural Outlook Forum set for Denver.
Government study shows Idaho's Lake Coeur d'Alene contaminated by mining sediments.
Klamath Basin Bald Eagle Conference planned.
Poetry contest sponsored by Utah Wilderness Association.
National Park Service wants to restrict camping.
Southern Utah Wilderness Alliance to sponsor conference for anti-grazing activists.
Review of Making a Change: A Student Guide to Social Change Internships in the Northern Rockies.
Excerpt from Mollie Beattie speech to Natural Resources Council of America.
U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service ends grazing at two wildlife refuges
Chronology from 1885 to 1993.
Recycling aluminum cans saves electricity and makes aluminum plants more marginal.
A list of 18 dams Oregon Natural Resources Council would like to see eliminated.
Some dams will be easy to get rid of.