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Nature Conservancy 'started acting like an oil company'


March 27, 2005 12:00 AM

OUR OPINION

ONE IN A SERIES

Neither the Nature Conservancy nor the Park Service will offer guarantees that "eradication" and "restoration" programs paid for by public dollars won't lead to the establishment of business enterprises on Santa Cruz Island.



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