Laybourn, Bob; Blaeloch, Janine; Nelson, John; Rea, Donald W.; Tillotson, David; Murie, Martin; Cook, Ray; Oliver, Marc; Holter, Lance
January 2006
High Country News;1/23/2006, Vol. 38 Issue 1, p19
Several letters to the editor are presented in response to previously published issues including an article on the National Park Service's management policies draft in the October 2005 issue, the editorial, "Storing fat from the feeding frenzy," by Paul Larmer in the November 2005 issue, and Laura Paskus' article on the Ojito Wilderness proposal for the Boulder-White Clouds in Idaho, in the November 2005 issue.


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