High Country News April 18, 1994
Ruling calls for major reevaluation of Columbia and Snake river dams.
Odds and ends, visitors, transitions, intern Carol Busch, barebones, high praise.
American Rivers offers reward for information on destruction of Quartzite Falls in Salt River Canyon Wilderness.
Tom Chapman hoped to force Forest Service into swapping for his West Elks Wilderness land, former Chapman business associate says.
Wolves to be reintroduced into Yellowstone National Park as experiment.
Hopis want Navajos to stop mass producing kachinas.
Legislation to seal abandoned mines threatens bat habitat.
Hopi Tribe pushes for Peabody Western Coal Co. to build a pipeline and stop pumping groundwater.
Bureau of Land Management tries to outmaneuver opponents of predator control.
Wyoming Sen. Malcolm Wallop won't run for re-election.
Northwest legislators want sea lions killed to protect steelhead.
Wyoming environmental group gets Bureau of Land Management to reconsider the route of a natural gas pipeline over historic South Pass.
John Beal crusades to restore northwest streams.
U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service's Grizzly Bear Recovery Plan will fail, groups say in lawsuit.
Idaho Fish and Game goes against Gov. Cecil Andrus' wish and opposes Owyhee Canyon bombing range.
Groups urge better use of Land and Water Conservation Fund.
Methow Forest Watch making a difference in Northwest forests.
Survey shows federal recovery money goes to well-known, favored species.
Colorado Environmental Coalition seeks to identify remarkable rivers.
Effort launched to reduce nonpoint pollution to Truckee River through education and conservation.
Video shows how Oregon Watershed Improvement Coalition helped improve Oregon watersheds.
League of Conservation Voters say Western politicians have some of the worst environmental voting records.
RecycleNet electronic bulletin board encourages sharing of recycling information.
Student Conservation Association seeks speakers.
Len Lankford manages private Colorado forests for sustainable yield.