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Dispatch

Study: Efforts to Control Tree-Killing Beetles Largely Ineffective

November 7, 2016 — When General George Armstrong Custer crossed the Black Hills in the summer of 1874, he noticed large swaths of dead forests. … [read more]

Sound Off

Ride Your Mountain Bike Somewhere Else

November 3, 2017 — The language in the 1964 Wilderness Act seems clear enough. In designated wilderness areas, “there shall be no temporary road, no use … [read more]

Ground Truth

FSEEE Files Lawsuit Over Massive Fireline

Last September, Forest Service officials approved a logging project that carved a 30-mile-long, 300-foot-wide swath through Washington’s North Cascade Mountains, purportedly to protect two small … [read more]