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John Baden is chairman of the Foundation for Research in Economics and the Environment in Bozeman, Montana, and Seattle.
The great Yellowstone caldera, home to Old Faithful and Mammoth Hot Springs, last exploded some 600,000 years ago. With a power more than one thousand times greater than Mt. St. Helen's, it threw boulders the size of Greyhound buses nearly to Kansas.
The U.S. Forest Service has custody over 192 million acres of national forest and rangeland—an area nearly equal to Texas and Louisiana combined. Like the National Park Service, the Forest Service is commonly viewed as a stellar example of Progressive Era legislation.
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