A system under siege

Line, Les
September 1995
Wilderness (07366477);Fall95, Vol. 59 Issue 210, p10
Looks at how the 92-million-acre National Wildlife Refuge System on which the government spends less money are burdened by ignorance and neglect and may soon come to ruin if not looked into. Comments from J.N. `Ding' Darling. INSETS: The wilderness connection, by T.H.W.;The National Wildlife Refuge System..


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