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Indebted to Debbie

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Kudos on your terrific article about Debbie Sease (HCN, 5/2/11). Those who have worked to protect land, water and wildlife with Debbie throughout her career know how talented she is and how much she has accomplished. All who love the West's wild lands are indebted to Debbie.

Johanna Wald
San Francisco, California

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