by Duluth News Tribune
May 8, 2012 at 7:00 pm in Duluth News Tribune
State would get acres outside wilderness for mining, logging. Continue Reading
Tags: Business, Education, Environment, Legislature, Minnesota, Minnesota legislature, Outdoors, Politics 4 Comments »
This is wonderful news. The schools finally get some revenue from the lands. Now, the same needs to be done to the state school trust fund lands in the Voyageur’s National Park. Boy has this taken a long time!
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Thank you , Congressman. Now let’s get this done quickly. Wilderness advocates should be reminded that this swap not affect the size, boundaries, nor rules of the BWCA. It’s the right thing to do.
more “Green” space open for destruction. What will happen when there is no land to use? It all boils down to money. Look at how construction has widdled down Hartley Field. Maybe in the future we will have green space zoos to show people what once was.
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Tansey: Let me get this right…what will happen when there is no land to use? What do you think has been going on since 1964? People have been excluded from this area since then and after 1978 even more. I think what you mean is “land to use only in the way you dictate it can be used, not how it has been traditionally used”. After all, we are people too! Not just you and your ilk.
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