Rigsby, David; Falen, Jeff; Burgess, Jeff; Wright, Preston; Stewart, Jennifer; Kleiner, Ed S.; Koyle, Denys M.
October 2005
High Country News;10/17/2005, Vol. 37 Issue 19, p20
Presents letters to the editor published in the October 17, 2005 issue of the journal "High Country News." "Bring Back the Great Little Car," that comments on the effect of biodiesel; "Quivira Coalition Needs Science-Based Grazing," that focuses on the scientific soundness of the livestock-grazing strategy; "Grasses to Grasses, Dust to Dust," that deals with the range management principles.


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