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Fierce beauty devoid of economic advantage

November 12, 1984

One of the curious paradoxes of the American experience is that many of those who live in closest proximity to wilderness exhibit the greatest contempt for it.

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Fierce beauty devoid of economic advantage
One of the curious paradoxes of the American experience is that many of those who live in closest proximity to wilderness exhibit the greatest contempt for it.
Jackson Hole tries its hand at forest management
The question of Forest Service intentions has arisen most starkly on the Bridger-Teton National Forests, where the value of timber, oil and gas are dwarfed by recreation.

Perspective

Can the Forest Service survive?
Several months ago, we asked: Can the Forest Service be reformed? Now, after seeing that the agency can't even get along with the Wyoming delegation, we ask: Can the Forest Service survive?
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