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Wyoming's vast, scarred Red Desert

June 8, 1987

The Red Desert is quiet now, but the marks remain from a period of oil, gas and uranium exploration and extraction.

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Wyoming's vast, scarred Red Desert
The Red Desert is quiet now, but the marks remain from a period of oil, gas and uranium exploration and extraction.

Perspective

The destructive death throes of Oregon I
The old "Oregon I" was built upon the seemingly endless supply of never-cut timber called old-growth. After 40 years of accelerated logging of these towering forests after World War II, less than 10 percent now remain.

News

Access versus salmon in central Idaho
Environmentalists battle residents of the backcountry town of Yellow Pine over a 33-mile route that boarders the South Fork of the Salmon River.
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