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Carolina Public Press: 50 years after the Wilderness Act, what’s the future of WNC’s wild places?

In a February 4, 2015 article, Carolina Public Press writer Jack Igleman posits the question “what’s the future of WNC’s wild places?” The piece delves into the history and future of wilderness in western North Carolina and explores how wilderness designation and differing opinions on it are at play in the dialogue and process of forest plan revision for the Pisgah-Nantahala National Forest.

Read the full article on the Carolina Public Press website.

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