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No more trade-offs!

May 25, 1973

Some conservationists, myself included, are tired of trading off-one region for another. No longer do we believe that one area can be saved by simply sending the energy producers elsewhere. The energy producers will be back; they have to come back.

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No more trade-offs!
Some conservationists, myself included, are tired of trading off-one region for another. No longer do we believe that one area can be saved by simply sending the energy producers elsewhere. The energy producers will be back; they have to come back.

News

Another disaster in the wings
Following the disastrous episode of the oil spill in the San Juan River, and the consequent danger of oil pollution in Lake Powell, the question has been raised of other potential disasters in that southern Utah area.
Backpacking fever spreads
A fever has broken out in South Dakota. Symptoms are the 'desire to hike' wilderness trails, an adventuring instinct, and a love for untapped nature. It's called back-packingitis.
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