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    • Turkey hunt

    • Turkeys; Hunting; Game bird hunting; Governors; Wildlife conservation;
    • Jerry Conley and Cecil Andrus turkey hunt, with shotguns.
    • Snowmobile

    • Snowmobiles; Recreation; Governors;
    • Governor Cecil Andrus riding a snowmobile or snow machine.
    • Timber

    • Lumber; Governors; Lumber industry; Conservation of natural resources; Forestry;
    • Cecil Andrus operating a chainsaw, felling, or cutting down, a tree.
    • Cecil Andrus, Sharon Hubler, and C.W. White

    • Lumber industry; Forestry; National parks & reserves; National parks & reserves; Governors; Conservation of natural resources;
    • Planting a tree. Left to Right: C.W. "Skip" White, Associated Logging Contractors executive; Sharon Hubler, executive director, Idaho Foundation for Parks and Lands; Gov. Cecil D. Andrus.
    • Public land right-a-ways (I)

    • Legislation; Land use; Conservation of natural resources; Public opinion; Roads;
    • Various responses to H.R. 1603, a bill to authorize appropriations for programs, functions, and activities of the Bureau of Land Management for fiscal years 1994 to 1997; to improve the management of the public lands; and for other purposes. These...
    • Hunting trip

    • Hunting; Mountains; Governors; Wildlife conservation;
    • Andrus and others on a hunting trip with shotguns in the mountains.
    • Cecil Andrus horseback riding

    • Horseback riding; National parks & reserves; Mountains; Conservation of natural resources; Lumber industry;
    • Cecil Andrus riding horse in mountains during trip with supervisors of National Forests in Idaho.
    • Grazing area

    • Grazing; Wildlife conservation; Environmental policy; Conservation of natural resources; Trees;
    • A helathy stand of willows and aspen inside the exclosure. Any shoots or sprouts of willow or aspen outside the exclosure are quickly anhilated by the hungry elk.
    • Effects of grazing

    • Grazing; Cattle; Industry; Environmental policy; Conservation of natural resources; Fish; Streams;
    • Willows, aspen, servicberry and other riparian shrubs along the river banks have been destroyed by years and years of excessive grazing. This makes for poor streambank stabilization, poor fish habitat, and lack of nutritious shrubs for winter...

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