Roadless rule overturned—again

A federal judge in Wyoming has overturned the Clinton-era roadless rule, which prohibited road building and other development in 58.5 million acres of roadless U.S. National Forest land across the country. The Clinton rule covers about 1.2 million roadless acres in the Sawtooth National Forest, including here in this unnamed creek southwest of 11,664-foot Kent Peak in the Boulder Mountains. Photo by Jason Kauffman

Friday, August 15, 2008

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