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National News: August 10, 2015

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Written by Mark Garland
Monday, 10 August 2015 12:40
News / National
Oak Flat Can Never Be Replaced, Indian Country Today
Saving Oak Flat, Camel City Dispatch op-ed
Apaches take fight for land to D.C., Santa Fe New Mexican editorial
HR2811: Save Oak Flat Act, Library of Congress
The cost-benefit analysis of aerial firefighting - Aerial firefighting is dangerous, expensive and environmentally damaging. So why do we do it?, High Country News
Forest Ethics Board Concerned About Helicopter Training on local forest lands, KOHO Wenatchee

Forest politics, Ketchican Daily News editorial
Obama signs Idaho wilderness bill, Elko Daily Free Press

USFS Firefighting Costs Soar, Spokane Spokesman-Review

Drought's legacy on trees is worth modeling, American Association for the Advancement of Science at EurekAlert
Feds: 'Music wood' poachers targeted Washington old growth maples - Quartet accused of stealing $800k in wood from Gifford Pinchot National Forest, Seattle P-I
Happy Birthday, Gifford Pinchot - The mustachioed Pennsylvania governor left his mark on our natural heritage, Post-Gazette

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