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Forest Service targets hunter safety

Rifle season is here and Forest Service officials on the Green Mountain National Forest are encouraging the public to use extra caution and to be visible and mindful of their surroundings in the coming weeks. 255 more words


Livestock Data Fills Gap in Ongoing Wild Horse Debate

SOURCE:  The Daily Pitchfork

Photography: Bryce Gray

BLM and USFS-reported grazing stats reveal the extent of private livestock production on millions of acres of overgrazed western public range and forest land, challenging rancher claims that wild horses and burros are to blame. 140 more words

Horse News

Perserving Local Forests

Some long term blog readers will remember a post we made a while back about the Old Growth Timber Hike in Cooper Creek Wildlife Management Area, just a stones throw from the shop. 355 more words

2015 APAEA Elections Are Open, Meet the Candidates

We are happy to announce the nominees for the upcoming vacant Chair and Executive Committee positions.  For the National Chair Chinling Chen is running unopposed.  Chinling is currently an Executive Committee member and will be able to hit the ground running as the APAEA Chair. 114 more words


A New Vision for Mirror Lake (Part 1 of 3)

Big changes are coming to the Mirror Lake Trail on Mount Hood, perhaps the single most visited trail on the mountain. This is the first of three articles on the future of Mirror Lake, and the need for a broader vision to guide recreation in the area. 1,014 more words

Natural History

News: Up To 1,000 Trees Illegally Cut Down For Backcountry Ski Runs

At the beginning of October, Forest Officials reported that they had found a vast amount of felled trees in what appear to be illegally established backcountry ski runs in the… 286 more words