Scientists write to Obama to oppose Colorado roadless-forest proposal
A group of 520 scientists — including several from Colorado — have written to President Barack Obama in opposition to Colorado’s plan to manage some 4.2 million acres of roadless national forest land in the state and in support of existing — and, in their view, tougher — federal roadless rules that have been the subject of a long-running court battle. Read more…
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