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Increased resource extraction and commercial development has placed new pressures on America’s most unspoiled land, particularly in the West. Some of our most pristine landscapes critical to clean water, healthy fish and wildlife habitat, and outdoor recreation are under assault from timber, mining and other industrial development, as well as off-road-vehicle use.
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