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Fall Classes Begin In Sabino Canyon

October through April of each year for over thirty years, Sabino Canyon Volunteer Naturalists (SCVN) have offered K-6 classes science and social history programs in the canyon. 102 more words


Maricopa County Sheriff’s Office confirms fatal shooting of a wild horse near Salt River

SOURCE:  ktar.com

(Change.org Photo)

by Associated Press

MESA, Ariz. — Maricopa County Sheriff’s officials now are confirming that one of the free-roaming horses near the Salt River was fatally shot. 130 more words

Horse News

Lightning Sparked Summit County Fire That Burned 238 Acres

BRECKENRIDGE, Colo. (AP) — Investigators say lightning caused a wildfire that scorched 238 acres north of Silverthorne.

The Summit County Sheriff’s Office said Thursday that firefighters have been pulled from the Brush Creek Fire, which was fully contained Sunday. 150 more words


Forest Service to Update Timber Project at Duncan Ridge

The US Forest Service has proposed a project that will cut up to approximately 3,500 acres on the steep slopes of Duncan Ridge in the Chattahoochee National Forest. 88 more words


Tonto National Forest To Fill Tribal Liaison Positions

Job descriptions and application instructions here.

The Forest Service will employee a temporary and permanent Tribal Liaison at its Supervisor’s Office in Phoenix.  Submit by October 13, 2015.


The Soldierstone

“In Memory of LONG WARS LOST and the Soldiers of VIETNAM”

By Jim Wheyland

A tour, sightseeing or road trip is different than a quest. A quest has its origin as a dream or duty to find something specific, perhaps understanding, a talisman or sacred icon, spiritual awareness or the face of God.  3,958 more words


Downsize the Department of Agriculture

The DOA is bloated and ineffectual. This article from CATO‘s Downsizing Government offers one way (and a good way) to reduce the waste and harm that this agency does. 503 more words

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