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June 25, 1993 | HELEN MASERATI, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
Environmentalists are applauding the creation of a remote wilderness preserve in British Columbia, linking Canadian and American parks to form what may be the world's largest protected area. The Tatshenshini and Alsek Wilderness Park, a 2.5-million-acre tract that is twice the size of the Grand Canyon, will provide an essential link between two national parks in Alaska and one in the Yukon Territory to create a 21-million-acre wilderness.
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NEWS
June 25, 1993 | HELEN MASERATI, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
Environmentalists are applauding the creation of a remote wilderness preserve in British Columbia, linking Canadian and American parks to form what may be the world's largest protected area. The Tatshenshini and Alsek Wilderness Park, a 2.5-million-acre tract that is twice the size of the Grand Canyon, will provide an essential link between two national parks in Alaska and one in the Yukon Territory to create a 21-million-acre wilderness.
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May 28, 1993 | HELEN MASERATI, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
With its spectacular coastline, lush forests and busy environmental activists, British Columbia has long proclaimed itself Canada's "supernatural" province. In recent months, however, that motto has come in for ridicule from environmentalists angered by the province's clear-cut logging practices. Foremost among their concerns is British Columbia's most treasured piece of real estate: the pristine rain forest of Clayoquot Sound, on Vancouver Island.
NEWS
May 28, 1993 | HELEN MASERATI, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
With its spectacular coastline, lush forests and busy environmental activists, British Columbia has long proclaimed itself Canada's "supernatural" province. In recent months, however, that motto has come in for ridicule from environmentalists angered by the province's clear-cut logging practices. Foremost among their concerns is British Columbia's most treasured piece of real estate: the pristine rain forest of Clayoquot Sound, on Vancouver Island.
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