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Company Focuses On Innovation As It Makes Essential Firefighting Equipment

By Joel Hillan

ARVADA, Colo. (CBS4) – Off of Ralston Road, next to an old Superfund site, is a modest building. Inside, a father and his sons lead a team of about 40 people. 253 more words


Representative McCollum to join kids on the Potomac River



Friday, October 20, 2017

Contact: Grace Lee, 301-706-3407, grace@parktrust.org

Joe Spring, 612-676-9422,  joe@wildernessinquiry.org

Brenna Muller, 202-630-1864, brenna.muller@sierraclub.org

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Media Releases

Forest Service's wildfire policies evolved at fortuitous time for them | Guest Commentary

The fledgling Forest Service established in 1905 found a mission for itself after the 1910 Burn charred more than 3.5 million acres across Idaho and Montana. 76 more words

Guest Opinion

Feds, commissioners sort through grazing issues in Forest Plan revision

Local county commissioners met Monday with the Forest Service and other agencies to discuss the ongoing Blue Mountains Forest Plan revision.

County commissioners from across Eastern Oregon met Monday with the U.S. 71 more words

East Oregonian

30-Acre Brush Fire on Mount Wilson 25% Contained After Threatening Structures, Including Communication Towers

A brush fire burning near the observatory on Mount Wilson Tuesday that threatened several structures — including the communication towers located at the top of the peak — has scorched 30 acres and was 25 percent contained. 370 more words

Local News

Hands-off forest management goes up in smoke | Opinion

Sam Krop’s characterization of catastrophic wildfire on public and privately owned forest lands (guest viewpoint, Oct. 4) doesn’t match the reality of what Oregon experienced this summer. 32 more words

Guest Opinion

Could The Chetco Bar Fire Have Been Prevented?

For a few weeks in late summer, southwest Oregon’s Chetco Bar Fire was the nation’s top priority fire. As the fire grew and the air thickened, tempers flared. 58 more words

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