High Country News March 21, 1994
United States, Mexico and Tohono O'odham Indians work to preserve the Sonoran Desert.
Locals win awards; intern Roland Giller; correction on Department of Interior address; congratulations to Michael Clark.
Helicopters a new problem for hikers in Utah.
Proposed grazing reforms include scaled-back fee increases.
Environmentalists receive heavy sentences in Idaho courts.
Cougars' den was too close to people, rangers say.
North Dakota Gov. Ed Schafer endorses portions of Sierra Club plan to establish wilderness.
Chevron USA surrenders oil and gas leases in Bridger-Teton National Forest.
Superior, Montana, fights to close loopholes that allow log exports.
Reservation system for park visitors proposed at Grand Canyon National Park.
Debbie Jaramillo elected Santa Fe's new mayor on promise to rein in development.
Membership in several big environmental groups drops.
High lumber prices lead to increased timber theft.
Military overflights affect refuge animals, study shows.
Adobe Journal reviewed.
Sun Day festivities planned.
The Green Disk: Paperless Environmental Journal comes on a computer diskette.
Review of John Ralston Saul's book Voltaire's Bastards.
Conference looks at ecosystem-based management in Washington's North Cascades.
BLM employee says Comb Wash editorial was incorrect.
Cows are more destructive than development.
People can help plan for change.
Bureau of Land Management glad to get Dombeck as acting director.
Aluminum industry pays one-tenth value of electricity.