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American public no longer controls its public land

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February 15, 2006 09:27AM
And from the LA Times:

"This is a fire sale of public lands. It is utterly unprecedented," said Char Miller, professor of environmental history at Trinity University in Houston, who has written extensively about the Forest Service. "It signals that the lands and the agency that manages them are in deep trouble. For the American public, it is an awful way to understand that it no longer controls its public land."

Heritage For Sale

mojavegreen 1079February 15, 2006 09:03AM

American public no longer controls its public land

mojavegreen 1287February 15, 2006 09:27AM

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