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TSPSC Admit Card for Forest Section Officer Out – Direct Link to Download!

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Telangana State Public Service Commission (TSPSC) has released admit card for. The TSPSC examination, which is to be held in Online mode (OMR) based, aims at filling 90 vacancies for the post of Forest Section Officer. The TSPSC exam will take place on 22nd October 2017. Show More Summary

Want to Escape to the Wilderness? This Job Comes With a Colorado Cabin

Are you ready to just run away from it all? Willing to trade your office job for some rugged, outdoor labor? The US Forest Service may have an opportunity for you, but you have to act fast the deadline is quickly approaching. READ MORE »

Lake Forest to look into possibility of recovering utility costs

LAKE FOREST — The city has plans to perform an audit into its utility bills to make sure it isn’t overpaying, though that process will be delayed by up to three months. After receiving proposals from four firms to perform the service, the City Council voted 4-0-1 Tuesday, Oct. 17 to ask for a more […]

Chico State frat members sentenced after cutting down 32 trees at national forest

The group was sentenced to 9,800 hours of community service, a $4,000 fine and three years of probation Thursday, after it pleaded guilty to illegally cutting down 32 trees and damaging 15 other trees at the Deer Creek campground last spring.

Forest Service braces for Santa Ana winds on Saturday

The National Weather Service is predicting “critical fire weather conditions” for the San Bernardino Mountains Saturday through Sunday morning. In advance of this, the National Forest Service and other agencies are mobilizing  a federal incident management team to Southern California in advance of predicted Santa Ana winds. Humidity will be very low — under 15 percent — […]

Team researching how climate influences wildfire frequency

A team of researchers from the University of Missouri College of Agriculture, Food and Natural Resources' School of Natural Resources and United States Forest Service are continuing an effort to research how climate influences wildfire frequency.

Watching wildfires

(University of Missouri-Columbia) A team of researchers from the University of Missouri College of Agriculture, Food and Natural Resources' School of Natural Resources and United States Forest Service are continuing an effort to research how climate influences wildfire frequency. Show More Summary

A win-win for spotted owls and forest management

Remote sensing technology has detected what could be a win for both spotted owls and forestry management, according to a study led by the University of California, Davis, the USDA Forest Service Pacific Southwest Research Station and the University of Washington.

A win-win for spotted owls and forest management

(University of California - Davis) Remote sensing technology has detected what could be a win for both spotted owls and forestry management, according to a study led by the University of California, Davis, the USDA Forest Service Pacific Southwest Research Station and the University of Washington.

When Indigenous People Control Their Own Land, It Protects Us All From Carbon Emissions

A new center is using mapping and legal services to help establish that indigenous people are rightful owners of rainforests around the world, in turn protecting those forests so that they can keep sequestering greenhouse gases. Tropical rainforests controlled by indigenous people currently store 25% of the world’s carbon emissions. Show More Summary

Fall is the Season for Heightened California Bear Activity

CDFW and the U.S. Forest Service remind citizens visiting or living in the high country that fall is the time of year for increased bear foraging activity. This post Fall is the Season for Heightened California Bear Activity appeared first on AmmoLand.com Shooting Sports News.

Strips of prairie plants slow loss of soil, nutrients and water from ag fields, double biodiversity

(USDA Forest Service - Northern Research Station) A decade of research by the USDA Forest Service and partners is demonstrating that prairie strips integrated in rowcrops reduce soil and nutrient loss from steep ground, provide habitat for wildlife, and improve water infiltration.

Hurricane Maria ravaged the only tropical rainforest in the United States

El Yunque National Forest, the only tropical rainforest managed by the United States Forest Service, suffered major damage as Hurricane Maria bore down on Puerto Rico as a Category 4 storm. While Washington faces criticism for its apparently...Show More Summary

TSPSC Syllabus for Forest Beat Officers 2017

Telangana State Public Service Commission is looking for eligible candidates for the post of Forest Beat Officers. The Telangana commission will fill up total 1857 vacancies in forest department. The TSPSC exam held on 29th October 2017 therefore, start your preparation now. Show More Summary

Group Sues Over Navy's Plans for Training in National Forest

A new lawsuit is challenging a decision by the U.S. Forest Service to let the Navy use Olympic National Forest.

Over $2 Billion In US Fire Suppression Costs From This Year’s Wildfire Season

There has been more than $2 billion spent on fire suppression efforts so far this budget year in the US (the budget year runs from October 1 through September 30), according to the US Forest Service Over $2 Billion In US Fire Suppression...Show More Summary

Extreme mopup

The U.S. Forest Service distributed this photo on Twitter September... This is only the beginning of the article. Visit WildfireToday.com to read the rest.

Group sues over Navy's plans for training in national forest

A new lawsuit is challenging a decision by the U.S. Forest Service to let the Navy use Olympic National Forest for electronic-warfare training exercises. The Forest Service in July issued … Click to Continue »

Cost of fighting U.S. wildfires topped $2 billion in 2017

SALMON, Idaho (Reuters) - The costs of fighting U.S. wildfires topped $2 billion in 2017, breaking records and underscoring the need to address a U.S. Forest Service budget that mostly goes to fires, Agriculture Secretary Sonny Perdue said on Thursday.

Forest Service spends record $2B battling forest fires

The U.S. Forest Service has spent more than $2 billion battling forest fires that are blackening the American West. That's a new record for the agency and marks the first … Click to Continue »

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