From today’s Missoulian (see the previous post for the full text of the letter discussed here) . . .
An alliance of veteran superintendents from Glacier and Waterton Lakes national parks has written a letter encouraging swift government action on a public lands bill that would finalize park protections introduced earlier this year. . .
The joint public letter, signed by six former Glacier superintendents and two former superintendents of Waterton Lakes, comes in the final days of Glacier’s centennial year, and as Congress considers a bipartisan omnibus bill aimed at protecting the country’s land, water and wildlife resources. The legislation, called America’s Great Outdoors Act of 2010, encompasses more than 110 individual bills and includes several key protection measures for both Glacier and Waterton Lakes.