Hundreds of disgruntled Nevadans paraded through Elko, Nev., with 10,000 shovels on Saturday to protest a federal environmental policy that is keeping the U.S. Forest Service from rebuilding a washed-out road. The residents want to reconstruct a dirt road in the Humboldt-Toiyabe National Forest, but the USFS says the project would lead to erosion that would harm a nearby river’s rare bull-trout population. Two hundred horse-drawn wagons, makeshift floats, motorcycles, snowmobiles, and pickups loaded with tons of shovels donated from across the West paraded down Elko’s main street to protest what is seen as federal intrusion in local affairs, while more than 3,000 people cheered on the parade and several protestors carried signs reading, “Stop Clinton’s War on the West.”