Group urges tougher roadless rules

Coloradoan (Fort Collins, CO)
Bobby Magill
Thursday, April 15, 2010

CSU wildlife ecologist Barry Noon and 10 other Colorado State University scientists joined a chorus of more than 500 university scientists nationwide on Wednesday opposing an effort to exempt Colorado from a federal rule that would protect more than 4 million acres of the state’s national forests as roadless and more than 58 million acres across the country. Read more…

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