June 15, 2009
Chris Wood: Obama should look to Risch and Crapo's position on salmon, roadless areas
Reader's View: Salmon Recovery
by Chris Wood

Two issues, the recovery of Pacific salmon and steelhead and the management of 58.5 million acres of national forest roadless areas, may predict the Obama administration's approach to land and water conservation in the western United States. Ironically, the Democratic administration would do well to look to Idaho - the reddest of the red states - for counsel.  Read More of Chris Wood's op-ed.

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