Thank you, Research Fund contributors, for helping us find the poetry in the West

May 2006
High Country News;5/29/2006, Vol. 38 Issue 10, p14
A list of contributors who helped the "High Country News" in finding the poetry in the West is presented. The contributions from the readers since 1971, to the Research Fund have helped the newspaper to uncover stories on the West's public lands, people and communities. Among the contributors whose names are mentioned in the article are Tricia Nichols from Aspen, Colorado; Roland Gow from Cedar City, Utah; and Glenn Akins from Corvallis, Oregon.


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