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  • 'Ghost roads' haunt forests

    Forest Service Chief Mike Dombeck says there are over 60,000 miles of unmapped "ghost roads" in national forests.

  • 'Managing for biodiversity is a mistake'

    Guidebook writer Lou Dawson says that the White River Forest should be managed for people and their use.

  • 'They're not good stewards of the land'

    Jim Gonzalez, a hunter who loves roadless areas, says that the White River National Forest caves into ski areas and other special interests.

  • 'Ugly' addition must go

    The Forest Service wins a lawsuit over an illegal addition to an A-frame house on private property in Idaho's Sawtooth National Recreation Area.

  • 'Un-logging' the national forests? It might just happen

    Environmental organizations are petitioning the Secretary of Agriculture to allow groups to buy federal timber and leave it standing rather than logging it.

  • ...while "Rambo Cat' obliterates them

    The Forest Service's Alan Vandiver uses a road-ripping bulldozer to get rid of roads in Montana.

  • A call to uproot roads

    Idaho Fish and Game officials urge the Forest Service to remove logging roads damaged by heavy rain and landslides in national forests.

  • A county in Nevada assaults a river

    Elko County, Nev., commissioners take on the Forest Service over repairing and re-opening a road by the Jarbidge River, which the agency closed to protect the Jarbidge bull trout.

  • A future of big fires and tiny bugs

    A future of big fires and tiny bugs

    A second-generation forest ranger considers how fire prevention and climate change are affecting the forests he once roamed with his father.

  • A letter fans the flames

    A letter from Elko County District Attorney Gary Woodbury advised Nevada businesses to not sell to or serve Forest Service employees.

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