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Ninth Circuit Denies Claims that U.S. Forest Service Unlawfully Permitted Motorized Use of a Trail in Hells Canyon Wilderness
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Hells Canyon Preservation Council v. U.S. Forest Service, ___F.3d___
On January 25, 2010 the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals issued an opinion in which it denied Hells Canyon Preservation Council’s (HCPC) claims that the U.S. Forest Service (USFS) improperly failed to retain the original map of the Hells Canyon Wilderness, arbitrarily and capriciously defined the boundary of the wilderness, and failed to close Lord Flat Trail to motorized vehicle use.
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