Western Region

Western

Western

In many regards, the West is still “wild” with over 753 million acres of land held by the Federal government in public trust, much of which is managed as national parks and forests. From the deserts to the coastal temperate rain forests, the West is characterized by numerous distinct and complex terrestrial and marine ecosystems.

Western

Western

In many regards, the West is still “wild” with over 753 million acres of land held by the Federal government in public trust, much of which is managed as national parks and forests. From the deserts to the coastal temperate rain forests, the West is characterized by numerous distinct and complex terrestrial and marine ecosystems.

Western

Western

In many regards, the West is still “wild” with over 753 million acres of land held by the Federal government in public trust, much of which is managed as national parks and forests. From the deserts to the coastal temperate rain forests, the West is characterized by numerous distinct and complex terrestrial and marine ecosystems.

Western

Western

In many regards, the West is still “wild” with over 753 million acres of land held by the Federal government in public trust, much of which is managed as national parks and forests. From the deserts to the coastal temperate rain forests, the West is characterized by numerous distinct and complex terrestrial and marine ecosystems.

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