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Applicable Wilderness Law(s)

Law Date Acreage Change (in acres)
Public Law 95-237 February 24, 1978 8,330
Endangered American Wilderness Act - Public law 95-237 (2/24/1978) To designate certain endangered public lands for preservation as wilderness, and for other purposes
This public law also includes the following wilderness area(s): Chama River Canyon Wilderness, Golden Trout Wilderness, Gospel-Hump Wilderness, Kalmiopsis Wilderness, Lone Peak Wilderness, Manzano Mountain Wilderness, Mount Hood Wilderness, Pusch Ridge Wilderness, Sandia Mountain Wilderness, Santa Lucia Wilderness, Savage Run Wilderness, Three Sisters Wilderness, Ventana Wilderness, Welcome Creek Wilderness, Wenaha-Tucannon Wilderness, Wild Rogue Wilderness.

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Public Law 103-77 August 13, 1993 74,450
Colorado Wilderness Act of 1993 - Public Law 103-77 (8/13/1993) Colorado Wilderness Act of 1993
This public law also includes the following wilderness area(s): Buffalo Peaks Wilderness, Byers Peak Wilderness, Fossil Ridge Wilderness, Greenhorn Mountain Wilderness, La Garita Wilderness, Lost Creek Wilderness, Mount Zirkel Wilderness, Never Summer Wilderness, Powderhorn Wilderness, Ptarmigan Peak Wilderness, Raggeds Wilderness, Sangre de Cristo Wilderness, Sarvis Creek Wilderness, South San Juan Wilderness, Uncompahgre Wilderness, Vasquez Peak Wilderness, Weminuche Wilderness.

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