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Wild horses rounded up

November 26, 1971

The Bureau of Land Management is systematically thinning wild horses from the Pryor Mountains of Montana and Wyoming to provide more food and space for those that remain.

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Wild horses rounded up
The Bureau of Land Management is systematically thinning wild horses from the Pryor Mountains of Montana and Wyoming to provide more food and space for those that remain.

News

The Absoroka-Beartooth: a proposal
The Forest Service is in the final stages of developing its wilderness management proposal for the Absoroka-Beartooth area in Montana and Wyoming.

Perspective

'Bigger is better' syndrome exploded
The assumption that growth is good comes as close to being a universally accepted truth as we live by. Yet recently we are beginning to question the "bigger is better" philosophy, and to see that growth may be counter-productive to most of our hopes, goals and aspirations.