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A wilderness war: Utah's canyons cut to the bone

June 17, 1991

The wilderness debate is forcing rural Utahns to confront their deepest hopes and fears.

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A wilderness war: Utah's canyons cut to the bone
The wilderness debate is forcing rural Utahns to confront their deepest hopes and fears.

Essays

Echoes from a fire at Beaver Creek
Today I sat in a stand of lodgepole pine trees that met death during the Beaver Creek fire in Grand Teton National Park. Their charred trunks bristled the hillside like quills on the back of a porcupine huddled in self-protection. Unlike people, these trees remain standing after their deaths, sentinels in their own graveyard.

News

Montana spurns feds to hold spring grizzly hunt
Montana wildlife officials have rebuffed federal pressure to call off a special early grizzly bear hunt. Federal wildlife officials wanted it stopped in order to prevent a possible overkill this year of the threatened species.
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