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Weekly Jobs Update from the US Forest Service Northern Region

Job Outreaches from the US Forest Service Northern Region

Please see below for a number of great positions. The links will take you to our Forest Service Outreach Database for more information on each job including contact information for the hiring manager, job duties, etc. 446 more words

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What's New: Winter Volunteer Training

The Visitor Services team held a training event on Thursday for our winter airport volunteers.

We hosted short presentations on Eaglecrest Ski Area and the Mendenhall Glacier Visitor Center, and provided information about additional winter attractions in Juneau. 85 more words

Visitor Info Services

Wild Horses get Favorable Hearing in Battle with California Welfare Ranchers over Sanctuary

By Michael Doyle as published on The Sun Herald

“Judge Robert L. Wilkins called a government assertion “factually unsupported,””

WASHINGTON – A top federal court on Wednesday appeared ready to force changes in a… 198 more words

Horse News

Weekly Jobs Update from the US Forest Service Northern Region

Job Outreaches from the US Forest Service Northern Region

Please see below for a number of great positions. The links will take you to the Forest Service Outreach Database for more information on each job including contact… 332 more words

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Summer Fire & Trails Job Advertisements Start Today!

Summer Jobs in Fire Management & Trails/Recreation Begin Advertisement Today!

Region 1 is pleased to announce the beginning of our summer temporary positions being advertised on… 189 more words

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Up and Up and UP Mt. Harkness

The trail is “short”…4.5 miles. The trail goes UP and UP ; the grade takes you from 5300 feet  to about 8300 feet. By the time you are within eyesight of the lookout tower, your lungs are screaming…. 38 more words

Hiking

Warren Falls: A Postscript (Part 2 of 2)

The first part of this article focused on the missed opportunity to restore Warren Falls as part of construction of the most recent phase of the Historic Columbia River Highway (HCRH) State Trail. 4,018 more words

Natural History