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Channeling the stream of toxic wastes

November 28, 1980

Environmental regulators are perplexed as they grapple with what they're calling the most pressing environmental problem of the 1980s -- hazardous waste.

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Channeling the stream of toxic wastes
Environmental regulators are perplexed as they grapple with what they're calling the most pressing environmental problem of the 1980s -- hazardous waste.
The prodigal son became a conservation father
John James Audubon, an amateur painter and inept storekeeper in various towns along the American frontier, made remarkable contributions to art and science that became a force for conservation.

News

BLM names Wilderness Study Areas; regional reaction mixed
With little fanfare, the Bureau of Land Management has paired down public lands under consideration for protection as wilderness to 24 million acres in 11 western states.
High Country News Classifieds