September 18, 1995
The Department of Agriculture investigates one of the nation's largest meatpackers, IBP Inc., for antitrust violations.
Economist John Loomis puts a price tag on the value of tearing down two Elwha River dams and restoring the salmon runs on the river.
The National Marine Fisheries Service proposes to list the coho as a threatened species in Oregon and California.
At an air summit meeting in Grand Junction, Colo., representatives at Denver International Airport hear a litany of complaints from Western Slope regional airport managers.
Crown Butte mining company officials hastily file 38 claims on national forest lands adjacent to Yellowstone Park a day before President Clinton's moratorium on such claims goes into effect.
Undaunted by a third federal court ruling against the University of Arizona's plan to build its large telescope on Mount Graham, Arizona Rep. Jim Kolbe drafts legislation to let the construction proceed.
Montana Rep. Pat Williams wins a temporary moratorium on logging, mining and oil and gas leasing on 1.7 million acres of roadless area in Montana.
Predator Friendly, an unusual alliance of sheep ranchers, environmentalists and entrepreneurs, markets wool grown by ranchers who don't kill coyotes.
The Sierra Club's map of the Spokane-Coeur d'Alene watershed draws attention to the area's pollution and offers advice.
Photojournalist Kit Miller explores the lives of Nevada's casino workers in photos and interviews in an exhibit called Inside the Glitter.
The Natural Resources Defense Council's report "Selling Our Heritage" blasts congressional plans to give away public lands.
Keith Hammer's "A Road-ripper's Guide to the National Forests" offers advice on how to legally close and restore forest roads.
Greater Yellowstone Predators: Ecology and Conservation in a Changing Landscape will be held at Yellowstone, Wyo.
Challenging Federal Ownership and Management: Public Lands and Public Benefits will be held Oct. 11-13 at Boulder, Colo.