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A New Marketplace for Drone Pilots: Make Money Flying Drones

Last month, in Southern California's San Bernardino National Forest, a massive wildfire grew thanks to drones.  Firefighters, carrying out an aerial attack, had to land because drones were occupying their air space and posed the threat of a midair collision.  The three tankers that dispense water from the air were [...]

A childhood dream ferments into an award-winning winery

The gig: At 65, Robert Reyes is living his childhood dream of running a vineyard and winery. Reyes owns Reyes Winery in Agua Dulce, situated on a 17-acre hillside near the Angeles National Forest in northern Los Angeles County. His reds and whites, which sell for $18 to $35 a bottle, have won 62...

Missing hiker found injured but alive after nine days in Sierra National Forest

A hiker who had been missing for nine days in the Sierra National Forest was found Saturday, injured but alive.

Solitude and Service in the Flathead National Forest

An 85-year old fire lookout in Montana proves the value of solitude and old technology.

The GOP’s stunning new attack on America’s national forests

Two bills winding their way through Congress could have dire implications for local communities and wildlife alike

Unilever Makes Like A Tree, And Leaves The Forest For The Streets

The global corporation creates a film to raise awareness of deforestation ahead of UN Conference on Climate Change. At the end of November, leaders from more than 190 countries will gather in Paris for the latest United Nations Conference on Climate Change to discuss a potential new agreement on climate action. Read Full Story

Hiker Burned, Two Dogs Die After Leaping Into Idaho Hot Springs

3 days agoNews : Huffington Post

SALMON, Idaho, Aug 25 (Reuters) - A man hiking through a national forest in Idaho suffered severe burns and his two dogs were scalded to death when both canines plunged into a hot spring and he jumped in after them to try to save his...Show More Summary

Tread Lightly!, Noble Energy and U.S. Forest Service Complete Second of Three Restoration for Recreation Projects on Pawnee National Grassland

Critical Raptor Nesting Habitat Restored by Volunteers Greeley, Colo. – August 26, 2015 – The ongoing partnership between Tread Lightly! and Noble The post Tread Lightly!, Noble Energy and U.S. Forest Service Complete Second of Three Restoration for Recreation Projects on Pawnee National Grassland appeared first on Hunting and Conservation News.

The GOP's Shocking Attack on America's National Forests

Two Republican bills in Congress seek to pillage U.S. National Forests in the name of corporate profit. Two Republican bills currently making their way through Congress should anger any American who cares about the nation's forests.Show More Summary

Lost Utah Boy Found in Good Shape, Used Survival Skills to Stay Alive

This week ten-year-old Malachi Bradley spent a night alone in the wild after he was separated from his family during an outing in Utah’s Uinta National Forest. As Fox News Reports, Bradley caught a fish in a mountain lake and went looking for mushrooms to cook with it when he became lost in the dense wilderness. Show More Summary

Hiker Jumps Into Scalding Hot Spring In Bid To Save Dogs, Sustains Burns On 50 Percent Of Body As Both Dogs Die

A hiker was severely burned and two dogs are dead after an encounter at Panther Creek Hot Springs in the Salmon-Challis National Forest in Idaho. Paden McCormick was hiking with his wife, Katie McCormick, and their two dogs, Dexter and Dahlia. Show More Summary

Hiker burned, two dogs die after leaping into Idaho hot springs

4 days agoNews : The Raw Story

A man hiking through a national forest in Idaho suffered severe burns and his two dogs were scalded to death when both canines plunged into a hot spring and he jumped in after them to try to save his pets, authorities said on Tuesday. The freak accident occurred last week in the Panther Creek Hot...

North American National Park #49: Kouchibouguac, New Brunswick

Kouchibouguac National Park lies on the eastern shore of the province of New Brunswick. At 239 sq/km (92 sq/mi) the park is a mix of barrier islands, forest, salt marshes and beaches. It is much more of a recreational park than a nature reserve. I visited in August of 2015 and the park was very […]

Smoke from Big Bear wildfire closes schools for second day

Schools in Big Bear Valley will remain closed for a second straight day Tuesday due to a wildfire burning near a ski resort in the San Bernardino National Forest.

Get Free Admission to All National Park Service Parks, Beaches and Forests This Tuesday

Our national parks and lands are a great way to get outdoors and reconnect with family, friends, or even yourself. This Tuesday, you can get in for free to any park run by the National Park Service in celebration of their 99th birthday.http://lifehacker.com/209141/find-a-... Read more...

Give the San Gabriel Mountains National Monument more time

To the editor: It's true that, after decades of neglect, many areas within the newly designated San Gabriel Mountains National Monument need improvement. But the president gave the U.S. Forest Service three years to create a new management plan. ("In the San Gabriel Mountains, they're asking: What...

Vast forest in Great Smoky Mountains National Park thanks to Rockefeller

Being from California, my first impression of Great Smoky Mountains National Park is a vast forest as far as the eye can see. I drove into the park from the east, via the Blue Ridge Parkway to Cherokee, NC, although I did not drop down from the blue ridge to visit Cherokee. Show More Summary

How will California's drought impact its ancient redwood forests?

last weekHumor / odd : Boing Boing

A team of scientists from the US Geological Survey, UC Berekeley and the National Parks Service seek to find out. Read the rest

Rough fire in Sierra National Forest continues to move toward Hume Lake

Thousands of people in the Sierra National Forest have been evacuated as a 30,901-acre wildfire continues to move toward Hume Lake and surround the region with heavy smoke, fire officials said.

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