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Governors recognize environment issue

January 8, 1971

Governors Forrest Anderson of Montana and Stanley Hathaway of Wyoming -- neither of whom has outstanding environmental records -- have both declared the environment to be an important issue. The Era of the Environment must certainly have arrived.

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Governors recognize environment issue
Governors Forrest Anderson of Montana and Stanley Hathaway of Wyoming -- neither of whom has outstanding environmental records -- have both declared the environment to be an important issue. The Era of the Environment must certainly have arrived.

Essays

Steelhead fishing is tough and rugged
Rain, squalls, winds and sometimes snow and cold herald the winter months along the Oregon coast. And once again it's steelhead fishing time, the time of year these great fish come from the ocean on their annual spawning migrations. Part one of a three-part series on steelhead fishing.

News

Strip mine report ready
A report by the U.S. Geological Survey says that the largest concentration of strippable coal in the United States is in the northern Great Plains region of western North Dakota, eastern Montana, and northern Wyoming.