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A moratorium is still needed

October 13, 1972

In the Forest Service's ranger districts, President Richard Nixon's order to harvest 300 million board feet of timber through thinning and salvage operations could easily be interpreted as an order to increase the cut of timber.

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A moratorium is still needed
In the Forest Service's ranger districts, President Richard Nixon's order to harvest 300 million board feet of timber through thinning and salvage operations could easily be interpreted as an order to increase the cut of timber.

Uncommon Westerners

Very important people
Volunteers-In-Parks at Grand Teton National Park help over-worked rangers with a variety of jobs in return for Park Service-provided lodging and $3 per day food allowance.

Perspective

Whither Man?
The most critical question of our times is: can man use his reason well enough to reverse his attack on the life systems of the planet that supports him.