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Senator Craig's Public Lands Management Imporvement Act of 1997Author(s): Joseph E. de Steiguer
Source: Journal of Forestry. Vol. 96. No. 9 pgs. 7-9
Publication Series: Miscellaneous Publication
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DescriptionThere are currently some 50 bills before the US Congress that deal with forestry. Among the most important of these is the one introduced on October 3, 1997, by Sen. Larry Craig (R-ID). This bill, S 1253, titled the Public Lands Management Improvement Act of 1997, would have far-reaching effects on the national forests and multiple-use public lands.
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Citationde Steiguer, Joseph E. 1998. Senator Craig''s Public Lands Management Imporvement Act of 1997. Journal of Forestry. Vol. 96. No. 9 pgs. 7-9
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