, Randy Simmons
President Clinton puts a stop to multiple use on national forests By Shannon Fitzsimmons
Terry Anderson, Donald Leal
Free market environmentalism was once considered an oxymoron.
Comments from PERC friends and acquaintances. Noting twenty years of market approaches.
Georgia catfish farmers are homing in on a new cash crop that will allow them to operate two businesses for the price of one, almost. It will also help them meet Georgia clean water standards for discharges from their fish tanks.
The chattering, white-faced Mono Ti Ti monkey is rapidly disappearing from its jungle habitat along Costa Rica's Pacific coast.
The demand for parking spaces could not keep pace with supply at fast-growing Dominican University in River Forest, Ill. School administrators were faced with paving over more lawns and in the process taking out 25 to 30 mature shade trees.
Federal land management agencies are increasingly receptive to innovative partnerships that can help share the burden of managing millions of acres of public land. In the case of Ohio's Cuyahoga Valley National Recreation Area, farmers are being sought to run about 35 small family farms.
The fires that scorched millions of acres across the West this summer have left many people wondering how to prevent further devastation in summers to come.