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Arapahoe Basin One Step Closer To Expanding Terrain

SUMMIT COUNTY, Colo. (CBS4) – The U.S. Forest Service has tentatively agreed to Arapahoe Basin’s 2012 development plan to expand their territory into backcountry terrain. 212 more words


Biology, Ecology, and Management of Laurel Wilt in the Southeastern U.S.

This webinar will discuss biology, ecology, and management of laurel wilt, a disease caused by the fungus Raffaelea lauricola) and disseminated by the redbay ambrosia beetle (Xyleborus glabratus). 145 more words


1 Tree-Killing Outbreak Is Over In Colorado, 2nd Still Going

DENVER (AP) – Forestry experts say the mountain pine beetle epidemic that ravaged Colorado’s lodgepole pines for two decades is over, but a second bug that attacks spruce trees is still spreading. 397 more words


Michigan's winter paradise: groomed ski trails and fat bike destinations

By Howard Meyerson

While southern Michigan snowfalls haven’t amounted to much so far, winter is a long way from over. If you’re inclined to get out on cross‑country skis, consider heading north where the snow is deeper. 789 more words

Forest Services tries to cover its tracks on Wolf Creek

Paper trail shows agency hid and likely destroyed records related to controversial development proposal in Colorado’s San Juan Mountains

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Puu Waawaa education center moving ahead

PUUANAHULU — The U.S. Forest Service is moving ahead with plans for a science and education center at Puu Waawaa.

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Forest Service reminds Christmas tree hunters of the rules

BOZEMAN, Mont. (AP) — The U.S. Forest Service is reminding people who want to cut down their own Christmas tree to follow the rules of the program. 104 more words

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