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Huge power complex planned

January 7, 1972

The power industry could build at least five 10,000-megawatt coal-fired power plants in the Powder River Basin of Montana and Wyoming, with staggering social, economic and environmental implications.

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Huge power complex planned
The power industry could build at least five 10,000-megawatt coal-fired power plants in the Powder River Basin of Montana and Wyoming, with staggering social, economic and environmental implications.
The public lands -- our view
The public lands of the West and Alaska constitute one of the greatest treasures remaining in the public domain. We are down to the vestiges -- what was least desirable in the settling of this great country -- but these vestiges are now immensely valuable.

News

Shifting dunes found in Idaho
A few short miles to the west of the small Idaho town of St. Anthony lies an area of unique natural wonder and beauty -- sand dunes that are all too often bypassed by the traveler in his hasty approach to Yellowstone National Park.
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