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Montana Mountain Biker Dies in Bear Encounter

Brad Treat, a U.S. Forest Service law enforcement officer, was riding near Glacier National Park when the attack occurred.

Brad Treat: Mountain Biker Attacked And Killed By Grizzly Bear At Glacier National Park

A grizzly bear attacked and killed a mountain biker near Glacier National Park in Montana. Brad Treat, 38, was an off-duty U.S Forest Service law enforcement officer. Brad Treat was attacked and killed by the grizzly bear on Wednesday afternoon. Show More Summary

Mountain Biker Killed By Grizzly Bear Near Glacier National Park In Montana

US Forest Service Law Enforcement Officer Brad Treat Attacked And Killed By Grizzly Bear While Mountain Biking Near Glacier National Park West Glacier, Montana – At around 2 PM on Wednesday, June 29, Brad Treat, 38, was killed by a grizzly...Show More Summary

California Hikers Win Against Forest Service Fees

Agency has to provide free access to trails, and reviled Adventure Pass won't be required.

A Cash-Strapped Forest Service Faces Its Most Epic Fire Season Ever

The Forest Service has to fork over most of its budget to battle increasingly intense blazes, leaving little left for prevention and restoration. The post A Cash-Strapped Forest Service Faces Its Most Epic Fire Season Ever appeared first on WIRED.

Where Do I Need an Adventure Pass in Southern California?

Southern California’s ubiquitous Adventure Pass system was dealt another blow this week, as the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals announced a long-awaited settlement in an ongoing legal battle between the U.S. Forest Service and Arizona hikers that was first heard in 2012. According to the settlement, the Forest Service will no longer charge access fees…

Drones force firefighters to temporary halt air assault on wildflire

A wildfire that has scorched more than 5,200 acres in the San Gabriel Mountains above Duarte and Azusa was 62% contained as of early Sunday morning, according to the U.S. Forest Service. The San Gabriel Complex fire is actually two fires that started on Monday — the Reservoir fire and the Fish...

Fire in San Gabriel Mountains 62% contained; officials complain of drones

5 days agoHealth : Booster Shots

A wildfire that has scorched more than 5,200 acres in the San Gabriel Mountains above Duarte and Azusa was 62% contained as of early Sunday morning, according to the U.S. Forest Service. The San Gabriel Complex fire is actually two fires that started on Monday — the Reservoir fire and the Fish...

LaVoy Finicum Controversy: Fallen Right-Wing Extremist’s Memorial A Problem For U.S. Forest Service

The memorial for LaVoy Finicum has been erected at the site of his death, where he was shot after attempting to drive through a vehicular blockade and then allegedly attempting to reach for a weapon after exiting his vehicle. LaVoy Finicum, born Rober Linicum, was an Arizona rancher involved in the infamous (and badly bungled)... Show More Summary

US Forest Service To Streamline and Modernize Recreation Special Use Permit Process

USFS Outlines Plan To Make Issuing Of Special Use Permits Quick, Efficient, And Easy On June 17, 2016, the US Forest Service announced plans to modernize and streamline the special use permitting process for access to public lands. It...Show More Summary

Unprecedented Number of Tree Deaths in California Points to a Catastrophic Fire Season

One more horrific prediction has come to pass for California’s drought-ravaged forests. According to the US Forest Service, trees are dying at an even more astonishing rate than they were last summer, creating fuel for what will almost certainly be the worst wildfire season in memory. Read more...

Baby bald eagle gets its own 'no fly zone' as choppers battle wildfire

Firefighters battling a pair of wildfires in the San Gabriel Mountains have been instructed to avoid a 1,000-foot radius area around a nest where a baby eagle is getting ready to fledge, a U.S. Forest Service official said Wednesday. The bald eagle’s nest is not located in part of the forest where...

Holy Crap…The Trees on Your Block Are Worth HOW Much Money?!

This story originally appeared on Grist and is reproduced here as part of the Climate Desk collaboration. It's not easy to price a tree, but a group of researchers from the US Forest Service and UC Davis have tried to do exactly that. Working...Show More Summary

California street trees are worth $1 billion, says USFS and UC Davis

Scientists from the USDA Forest Service and the University of California, Davis decided to put a price tag on the trees lining California's streets. Considering that trees combat climate change by taking in air pollutants and storing carbon, they offer a lot of value not just to citizens, but to the state. Show More Summary

Trees Lining California Streets Are Worth An Extra $1 Billion A Year

2 weeks agoNews : Huffington Post

This story was originally published by Grist and is reproduced here as part of the Climate Desk collaboration. It’s not easy to price a tree, but a group of researchers from the U.S. Forest Service and U.C. Davis have tried to do exactly...Show More Summary

California 'street tree' benefits valued at $1 billion

Albany, Calif. - Streets lined with gold? Not exactly, but a new report from the U.S. Forest Service's Pacific Southwest Research Station estimates trees lining Californian streets and boulevards provide benefits to municipalities and residents worth $1 billion. read more

Climate and society will determine the future of wildfire in the South

A new study by U.S. Forest Service scientists and collaborators projects a four percent increase overall in acres burned by wildfire in the Southeast by 2060, but with substantial uncertainties and large variations by state and ecoregion, including a 34 percent increase in acres burned due to lightning-caused fires. Show More Summary

Radioactive Uranium Found Near Estonian Capital - Rescue Service

A container with radioactive uranium has been found in a forest near the Estonian capital of Tallinn, the country's Rescue Board said in a statement Monday.

Forest service releases maps of element concentrations in Portland moss

The U.S. Forest Service's Pacific Northwest Research Station today released a general technical report presenting raw data and dot maps for 22 elements measured in moss samples in 2013 as part of its Portland moss and air quality study. The...Show More Summary

Plague Found at Popular California Tourist Destination

A flea from a yellow chipmunk in California has tested positive for plague at a popular tourist destination, according to the US Forest Service, El Dorado County officials and the California Department of Public Health on Tuesday.

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