It is very unusual for a National Forest to receive an appropriation without asking for it. But this year, while Col. W. B. Greeley was on his western tour, he stopped at Jackson, Wyoming, the headquarters of the Teton National Forest and Government Feeding Station tor elk, to inquire about the much agitated park Extension and other business. Before September 15, when the hunting season opened, Supervisor McCain received notice that he had sufficient funds for the establishment of twenty men on game patrol work for the length of the hunting season.
"Jackson's Hole Elk,"
Ames Forester: Vol. 13
, Article 11.
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