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Man Ordered to Pay $6.5 Million for Setting Sequoia National Forest Fires

A Perris man was sentenced Tuesday to more than six years in federal prison and ordered to pay about $6.5 million in restitution to the U.S. 116 more words

Local News

Hispanic ranchers' case against U.S. Forest Service over grazing rights heats up

A federal judge is weighing whether to let a discrimination case brought on by a group of Hispanic ranchers to limit grazing move forward. The ranchers claim the U.S. 531 more words

Current Events

Forest Service order protects Mount Evans scenic gateway

IDAHO SPRINGS, Colo.– To improve public safety and protect national resources, the U.S. Forest Service has closed National Forest System lands along a portion of Colo. 243 more words

Hiking/Backcountry

Volunteers come together to clear noxious weeds in Weber County

OGDEN, Utah — Noxious weeds are sprouting up all over Ogden, and because they’re growing fast the U.S. Forest Service and others are taking steps to uproot the plants. 232 more words

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An Overdue Warren Falls Update (…and a bombshell!)

Time is running out on the Restore Warren Falls! project. This summer the next phase of the Historic Columbia River Highway (HCRH) State Trail project will begin construction of a segment that will pass right in front of the falls. 1,714 more words

Natural History

Judge upholds U.S. Forest Service sustainability regs

Mining and logging companies fail in bid to overturn science-based forest rules

Staff Report

FRISCO — A federal judge has upheld U.S. Forest Service planning rules that require the agency to use science and conservation biology when it plans for activities on public national forest lands. 347 more words

Environment

Residents Near Last Year's Deadly Massive Mudslide Worried About New Pond

COLLBRAN, Colo. (CBS4) – Collbran-area residents held a meeting on Tuesday over concerns about a pond that formed near the top of the site of a massive landslide killed three men last May. 167 more words

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