Pay to Play

Hayhurst, Chris
January 2001
E: The Environmental Magazine;Jan/Feb2001, Vol. 12 Issue 1, p20
Deals with the issues of public land management in the United States (U.S.) through the implementation of the Recreational Fee Demonstration Program (Fee-Demo) by the U.S. Forest Service. Government agencies that have implemented Fee-Demo; Implications of Fee-Demo on public service; Opposition to Fee-Demo.


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