Bill Schneider: Beaverhead-Deerlodge Partnership: Right Idea, Wrong Bill

There could be 573,000 acres of new Montana designated Wilderness!! But the reality is the total price paid would represent a net loss-

Several mainstream groups have joined forces with representatives of the wood products industry in a grand attempt to end what I call the “Wilderness Drought.” But, the bill that has come out of one collaboration could extend, instead of end, the drought. Bill Schneider

Once again the pitfalls of collaborationism.

Story: Beaverhead-Deerlodge Partnership: Right Idea, Wrong Bill. New West.

One Response to “Bill Schneider: Beaverhead-Deerlodge Partnership: Right Idea, Wrong Bill”

  1. Mike Says:

    I agree with the premise of his article. The portions of the plan that call for opening up roadless areas need to be removed.

    With an Obama landslide and mandate, we could be looking at stronger support for NREPA.


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