“Something marvelous has happened in the Black Hills National Forest that provides both an object lesson and a hopeful pathway forward for millions of Americans who live in and around the West’s great National Forests – the lesson being that good forestry is good for the land and the communities it supports; the hopeful pathway being the example set by citizen groups that have worked with their elected officials to shape forest
policies and regulations that aid U.S. Forest Service decision making.”

Read our newest report on our revisit to Case N0. 1 – 25 years later. For more comparisons take a look at our original report on “Case No. 1 Turns 100.”
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