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Update on Yellowstone: Mott quietly locks horns with his boss

June 22, 1987

Park Service Director William Penn Mott doesn't agree with U.S. Interior Department official William Horn on many things, including wolf reintroduction.

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Update on Yellowstone: Mott quietly locks horns with his boss
Park Service Director William Penn Mott doesn't agree with U.S. Interior Department official William Horn on many things, including wolf reintroduction.
Yellowstone under a microscope
The Corn-Gorte analysis and a Yellowstone Blueprint, being prepared by agencies that manage lands in the ecosystem, grew out of congressional hearings on the Greater Yellowstone Ecosystem conducted in 1985.

Perspective

The Forest Service kowtows while forests burn
Our belief is that America will recover itself by the end of this decade, and stop the destruction of the forests. To do that, it will have to destroy the once-proud U.S. Forest Service. That will be easy, for the agency has deeply wounded itself.

News

Williams pushes hard for a wilderness bill
Although Montana's conservationists are willing to cooperate with Democratic Rep. Pat Williams, development interests are not.
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