Magazine
Mike Frome 'expurgated'

October 15, 1971

The sure, incisive pen of one of America's foremost conservation writers has been censored from the pages of American Forests, the official magazine of the American Forestry Association.

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Mike Frome 'expurgated'
The sure, incisive pen of one of America's foremost conservation writers has been censored from the pages of American Forests, the official magazine of the American Forestry Association.

Perspective

Wilderness exists in name only
There are 53 million acres of federal lands which qualify as potential wilderness areas under the 1964 Wilderness Act. But so far, with only three years left for federal agencies to propose wilderness under the act, only 10.1 million acres have been set aside as wilderness.

News

Colorado's Uncompahgre
The U.S. Forest Service has cast its vote with the mining industry by proposing to declassify the entire 69,253-acre Uncompahgre Primitive Area in southwestern Colorado -- the first time that no wilderness protection has been recommended for a national forest primitive area in the Rockies.