Anarchy and the Wrench
Grant A. Mincy | December 15th, 2014
Arizona’s Tonto National Forest is a landscape of beautiful complexity, from the Sonoran desert’s flowering cacti to the gorges and mountains of the Mongollon Rim. Home to rare desert lakes, fertile river valleys, meandering streams and grand plains stretching across the horizon, its air is still sweet, mixed with juniper, fir and ponderosa pine.
On December 4, politicians stole this incredible wildness, this product of the forces of deep time, from the public domain. ...