Richard Vacha’s column on wilderness in last week’s issue eloquently articulated why wild places are important, but his essay did not distinguish between what a given person might experience as wilderness—which is deeply personal, and varies tremendously between individuals—and the legal status of wilderness at the core of the disagreement over Drakes Estero in recent . . .

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