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National News: July 27, 2015

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Written by Mark Garland
Monday, 27 July 2015 06:28
News / National
Forest Ethics Board Concerned About Helicopter Training on local forest lands, KOHO Wenatchee

Tidwell Endorses Arbitration - Forest Service seeks protection against lawsuits that delay management policies, ClimateWire at NCFP

Trees: They make our lives better, Santa Fe New Mexican editorial

Cliff-jumpers versus condors in SoCal Los Padres National Forest - Can $5,000 fines and jail time protect an endangered species from thrill-seekers?, High Country News
When lightning strikes in high places, Mountain Town News: Summit Daily
Genetic research lays foundation for bold conservation strategies - To save the greatest number of species, should we focus on the most common?, High Country News
The precious common, HCN editorial
Stop the rock-stacking - A writer calls for an end to cairns, High Country News & comments
Misdirection - more on cairns, Mountain Gazette
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