Fish and Wildlife begins ANWR plan update
Plan to consider new wilderness designations draws protests from Gov. Parnell, Sen. Begich; would require congressional approval
The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service said April 6 that it is beginning an update of the 22-year-old comprehensive conservation plan for the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge. The plan will establish goals and objectives and include wilderness and wild and scenic river reviews, the agency said.
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