December 27, 1993
Seven stories about controversial management in the nation's premier national park.
National Park managers deliberate over whether or not they should charge biotechnical firms for extracting microbes from Yellowstone.
Environmentalists and wildlife biologists criticize a Forest Service plan to manage grizzlies in Yellowstone.
Environmentalists urge Jack Ward Thomas to remove the two top forest managers in the agency's Southwest region.
Department of Energy Secretary Hazel O'Leary launches an "openness initiative' that reveals the DOE's sordid past.
The "Spokesman-Review' publishes a series about Forest Service mismanagement in five national forests in the Northwest.
A Wyoming law relaxing mined land reclamation standards could cost the state federal funding and regulatory authority.
The Navajo Nation's logging company is bankrupt and the forestry program is in trouble according to the Bureau of Indian Affairs.
The federal Office of Surface Mining says Colorado underestimated the cost and extent of reclaiming the Mid-Continent mine site near Redstone, Colo.
Wyoming tries to revive the Sandstone Dam project in order to reserve the state's Colorado River water rights.
A coalition of environmentalists and business owners support Idaho Gov. Cecil Andrus' suit to hold dam operators responsible for killing salmon.
Rep. Pete DeFazio wants the Bonneville Power Administration to turn over its salmon restoration program to a more wildlife-oriented agency.
The Sierra Club joins the Alliance for the Wild Rockies in backing the Northern Rockies Ecosystem Protection Act.
The Independence Mining Co. says the 1872 Mining Law entitles it to double the size of its gold mine north of Elko.
Tourists in Zion National Park may have to park their cars and take a bus if a National Park Service plan is approved.
'Bridging Borders: A Cross-Border Exchange' explores protecting cultural and environmental heritage along the U.S.-Mexican border.