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Destined for conflict -- or destruction

October 21, 1977

If America expects to preserve the grizzly bear, certain public land use policies must change. And there is no better example than the custom of allowing thousands of domestic sheep to graze the last remnants of grizzly habitat around Yellowstone National Park.

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Destined for conflict -- or destruction
If America expects to preserve the grizzly bear, certain public land use policies must change. And there is no better example than the custom of allowing thousands of domestic sheep to graze the last remnants of grizzly habitat around Yellowstone National Park.
In situ gas from coal: bane or boon?
An experimental burn of an underground coal seam near Hanna, Wyo., is the latest in a series of tests by the U.S. Energy Research and Development Administration to determine the feasibility of making burnable gas from coal while it's still in the ground.

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Montana Power, EPA dispute blame for layoffs
After the Environmental Protection Agency shut down construction of Montana Power Co.'s Colstrip units 3 and 4 because of lack of two permits required by federal and state laws, more than a hundred laid-off construction workers have become pawns in the battle.
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