High Wilderness Use in Colorado Causes Concern
Some popular wilderness areas in Colorado are being loved to death. That's the fear of officials in the Rocky Mountain Region of the U.S. Forest Service. They're pondering how to protect these areas from overuse. Members of a new committee will make recommendations this month on possible solutions. Ryan Warner talks to Beth Boyst, a wilderness specialist with the White River National Forest.
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