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2008-08-04 15:00:00

By Mike Branom, The Tribune, Mesa, Ariz. Aug. 4--If Americans can be taught to not litter in the wilderness, said the man in charge of the Southwest's national forests, they can be taught to stay on trails when riding their all-terrain vehicles. Preventing tire tracks from spreading throughout the U.S. Forest Service's deserts, timberlands and grasslands is just one challenge facing Corbin Newman. Now in his eighth month on the job as regional forester, Newman also must protect lives,...


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  • To stammer.
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