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National Parks - what future?

April 28, 1972

The centennial of the establishment of Yellowstone National Park is a time to assess how the national parks can be made an even more meaningful part of our personal lives, especially because they are today under siege from various quarters.

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National Parks - what future?
The centennial of the establishment of Yellowstone National Park is a time to assess how the national parks can be made an even more meaningful part of our personal lives, especially because they are today under siege from various quarters.

Uncommon Westerners

These chiselers really work
Tobe Wilkins and Jim Adams have spent the last 17 years chiseling away at the fossilized remains of more than 200 ancient beasts embedded in a 180-foot long, 40-foot high vertical wall in Dinosaur National Monument.

Perspective

Wilderness and Multiple Use
When wilderness is brought up for discussion in private groups or at public meetings, fact and fancy mix in an improbable way. One, of the major fallacies often mentioned is that multiple use and wilderness management are at opposite ends of the management spectrum.