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I just spent my Saturday morning reading the Feb. 6 issue cover to cover. I appreciated every aspect of it, from the Agenda 21 buzzwords, to the "uncommon Westerner" in search of Sasquatch, to the fantastic conveyance of climate change research for a broad audience, to the classic struggle between local residents and the federal government happening in my own backyard. Your in-depth reporting helps me not only be a more informed Westerner, but also a better-educated natural resource professional. Thanks for starting my weekend off right!

Michael Lucid
Bonners Ferry, Idaho

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