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November Public Meetings for Revised Forest Plans

An opportunity to learn how the Forest Service is planning on managing the Sierra Nevada mountains, including both wilderness and non-wilderness lands. The official release is below. 412 more words

General

Lincoln National Forest Prescribed Fire Update - October 20, 2014

Alamogordo, Cloudcroft, Ruidoso, Carlsbad, NM – Prescribed fire operations continue on the Lincoln National Forest. The following information provides an update on activities planned on each district: 682 more words

NM Fire Info

Finding The Trail

We circle as I point down at the trees.  There, I say, is the spot.  I see a creek and a patch of alder.  It is the first patch of alder beyond the bridge site. 1,859 more words

Nature

Montana Pilgrimage

The Forestkeeper made it to Bitterroot last month. A native Californian, it feels vaguely shameful that I had never been to Montana before. It’s ‘heck of big’ and seems to have been calling to me, along with Idaho, ever since I was a little boy. 414 more words

This Land Not Really Ours

By SHERMAN FREDERICK as published in the LAS VEGAS REVIEW-JOURNAL

“With the BLM and Forest Service out of control and playing God as they mismanage our wild equines into oblivion, this OpEd sincerely struck home and indicates that it is not just wild horse and burro advocates who are taking note of these out of control federal agencies.  655 more words

Wild Horses/Mustangs

Input sought on federal land transfer -- Public meeting scheduled in Hailey to discuss proposal

Editor’s note:  The following comes from the Idaho Mountain Express and Guide, published Oct. 3 and authored by Greg Moore.

The Idaho Legislature will hold a public meeting in Hailey on Friday, Oct. 918 more words

Re-publication

LNF - Guadalupe Ranger District - Prescribed Fire Activities on FS lands near Queen subvision

CARLSBAD, NM – Fire officials on the Guadalupe Ranger District of the Lincoln National Forest are planning to conduct pile burning activities this fall on Forest Service lands south of the Queen Subdivision, off of NM State Highway 137. 280 more words

NM Fire Info