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VIDEO: Phil Aune's Presentation to the Not Without a Fight! Coalition's September Conference

Editor’s note: Here is the second posting of a video from NWAF! Coalition’s September Conference in Wallace.  Phil Aune’s excellent presentation is titled “How We Got Here and How We Can Forge Change.”  The video runs just under a half-hour.   8 more words

Forest Management

It's Time to Fix the Eliot Crossing!

Another hiking season has passed, marking eight long, inexcusable years since an intense November storm washed out the Timberline National Historic Trail near Cloud Cap in 2006. 2,474 more words

Natural History

Sandia Ranger District Prepares for Prescribed Fire in David Canyon

TIJERAS, NM, October 26, 2014 – Fire Management Officers on the Sandia Ranger District have finalized plans for prescribed burning in David Canyon. Weather permitting ignition will start on Tuesday the October 28, 2014. 331 more words

NM Fire Info

Federal agencies unveil 2020 wilderness vision

Finalizing inventories, planning for climate resilience are high on the agenda

Staff Report

FRISCO — Federal land managers say they want complete wilderness area inventories develop climate-change vulnerability and adaptation studies across… 578 more words

Environment

10-25 Multunomah Falls/ Wakheena Loop

in,
of the forest,
rises,
fir,
spruce,
fog,
big leaf maples,
alder,
fall,
onto,
basalt,
protruding,
beneath,
my feet,
up

FARM BILL CONSERVATION & OTHER FARM RESOURCE RELATED LEGISLATION

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Bitterroot Circle

The Bitterroot terraces today still look unsettling, but less because of aesthetics (the hillsides have greened up) and more because of site conditions readily apparent to any forester. 392 more words