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'Landmark' case heard

April 27, 1973

In a hearing concerning Wyoming's Teton National Forest, environmental groups argued that the U.S. Forest Service had not complied with the National Environmental Policy Act or its own regulations in awarding timbering contracts.

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'Landmark' case heard
In a hearing concerning Wyoming's Teton National Forest, environmental groups argued that the U.S. Forest Service had not complied with the National Environmental Policy Act or its own regulations in awarding timbering contracts.

News

Restoring a dam disaster
Years after the construction of the Libby Dam on the Kootenai River in Montana forced a re-routing of a Burlington Northern rail line, the area cleared for the rail line remains an open sore on the land.
Big bang set for Colorado
Project Rio Blanco, a partnership between CER Geonuclear Corp. and the Atomic Energy Commission, will detonate three 30-kiloton nuclear devices underground in northwest Colorado to stimulate extraction of hydrocarbons.