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Last chance for wilderness

March 17, 1972

The Wilderness Act set a 1974 deadline for considering all remaining primitive and roadless areas for wilderness designation, and as that deadline approaches, controversy is stirring in the Rocky Mountains about how to treat those wild lands.

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Last chance for wilderness
The Wilderness Act set a 1974 deadline for considering all remaining primitive and roadless areas for wilderness designation, and as that deadline approaches, controversy is stirring in the Rocky Mountains about how to treat those wild lands.

Uncommon Westerners

Tribute to a conservationist
Guy M. Brandborg of Hamilton, Mont., is a forester of the old school. He is one of that breed which had as its contemporaries such giants as Aldo Leopold and Bob Marshall, and he may one day be remembered as one with them.

News

States' rights battle looms
Sportsmen in Wyoming and at least nine other western states are currently facing a battle with various individuals and lobbies who want a national hunting license that would charge the same fee for residents and non-residents.