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The fight over Box-Death Hollow Wilderness

October 12, 1987

A spectacular chunk of land that Congress designated as wilderness in 1984 has become a new battleground in the dispute between environmentalists and energy companies in Utah.

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The fight over Box-Death Hollow Wilderness
A spectacular chunk of land that Congress designated as wilderness in 1984 has become a new battleground in the dispute between environmentalists and energy companies in Utah.

Perspective

Watt and Hodel succeeded in turning back the clock at Interior
The war fought by the Reagan administration for the Department of Interior and the 500 million acres of public land it manages occurred in two great battles, waged by Secretary James Watt and his successor, Donald Hodel.

News

Nevada-Florida land swap attracts lots of public scrutiny
To the Nevada Congressional delegation and the Interior Department, a proposed land exchange between the federal government and a defense contractor is a great deal. Nevertheless, opposition is strong.
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