Magazine
Revolution in land

July 21, 1972

Private property land reforms in Maine may hold lessons for the Nature Conservancy and other groups that approach the West's environmental issues from a principle of private ownership.

Feature

Download entire issue
... to read the essays, news stories and other articles in the issue, including the sampling below
Revolution in land
Private property land reforms in Maine may hold lessons for the Nature Conservancy and other groups that approach the West's environmental issues from a principle of private ownership.

Essays

Upper Snake River is unique
With its beginning on the western slope of the Continental Divide and draining the Teton, Salt River and Wind River Ranges, the Snake River is unique--not so much in its geography, which is spectacular, but in its fishing.

Perspective

Vandals with paint cans
We should be angry with those thoughtless or deliberately destructive people who smear, daub, or spray names, initials, and obscenities in paint across the landscape, destroying in the process one of our basic natural resources, the beauty of our land.