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Nevada debates the virtues of wilderness

March 17, 1986

In Nevada, the only Western state without Forest Service wilderness, Congress has finally begun to examine mountain ranges for potential wilderness.

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Nevada debates the virtues of wilderness
In Nevada, the only Western state without Forest Service wilderness, Congress has finally begun to examine mountain ranges for potential wilderness.

Perspective

Fishing bridge must be destroyed
Since 1976, biologists have attributed 90 percent of Yellowstone National Park's grizzly bear mortality to Fishing Bridge, which contains a 308-unit campground and a 358-unit recreational vehicle park.

News

Conferees chop at below-cost timber sales
Industry, environmentalists, university and Forest Service representatives met in Spokane, Wash., to hash out arguments for and against below-cost timber sales.
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