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Parks of the Future?
Hidden deep beneath the sage frontier along the Idaho-Oregon border, the Owyhee River flows through the Sistine Chapel of U.S. canyons. But the area faces threats ranging from ATV riders to the Air Force, and one local river guide is trying to drum up support for protecting the Owyheeif necessary, one paddler at a time. (See "Lost Canyon of the Silver Sage" in the February 2003 Adventureread excerpt.)What wild spaces would you fight for?
What unprotected places deserve wilderness designation?
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