It's not easy being green

Prince, Paul; Finnell, Janice
September 1995
Skiing;Sep95, Vol. 48 Issue 1, p48
Lists the skiing areas in the United States that have been singled out for being ecologically-friendly. Jackson Hole, Wyoming; Heavenly, California; Winter Park, Colorado; Beaver Creek, Colorado; Sierra-at-Tahoe, California; Snowbird, Utah.


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