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A dead end for the grizzly?

December 3, 1990

The question is whether the grizzly can take recovery on paper and turn it into recovery in the wild. The answer, it now appears, is not entirely up to the bear.

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A dead end for the grizzly?
The question is whether the grizzly can take recovery on paper and turn it into recovery in the wild. The answer, it now appears, is not entirely up to the bear.

Uncommon Westerners

Mules dance a backwoods ballet
Cal Samsel, based in Huson, Mont., runs a nine-mule team, delivering supplies to places in national forests in Idaho, Montana and the Dakotas where trucks can't drive and helicopters can't land.

Perspective

Gold and grizzlies: a bad combination
In the mountains north of Cooke City and in other national forests surrounding Montana's Absaroka- Beartooth Wilderness, important grizzly hear habitat is being threatened by a "neo-gold rush" -- the recent explosion of hard rock mining on public lands.

News

Nevada's rural counties debate how to keep their water
Central Nevada's rural "cow counties" are girding for a protracted water war with Las Vegas.
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