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Bitterroot National Forest

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Mill Creek Bridge. (Bitterroot Natl Forest/USFS Photo)
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Bitterroot’s Mill Creek Trailhead Closed This Week

A new bridge will be constructed over Mill Creek in July, but material needs to be helicoptered in.

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The moon in June. (Fullerton Photo)
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Bitterroot Forest Moon Walk Features Horses

The first "Moon Walk" of the season for the Bitterroot National Forest will be the "Horse 101 Moon" Saturday, June 21.

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The swimming area at Lake Como. (KLYQ File Photo)
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A Free Day at Lake Como Saturday

Usually, it's a $5 daily fee to play around at Lake Como, northwest of Darby. Saturday, you can play for free.

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Moonrise. (Fullerton Photo)
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Bitterroot National Forest Prepares a Summer of ‘Moon Walks’

The first Walk by the Light of the Moon with the Bitterroot National Forest will be June 21 at Blodgett Campground.

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Bitterroot National Forest trail. (Fullerton Photo)
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Saturday’s National Trails Day Includes Bitterroot Work

As part of National Trails Day, several groups are helping clear trails in the Bitterroot National Forest Saturday, June 7.

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Bitterroot National Forest Darby Visitor Center (Fullerton Photo)
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Darby Forest Service Visitor Center has Lots to Offer

The Darby Visitor Center of the Bitterroot National Forest has hidden treasures throughout.

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The washout on Beaver Creek Road. (Bitterroot National Forest/USFS Photo)
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Bitterroot Forest Closes Road Due to Washout

As we know, high water not only affects the Bitterroot River, but most streams and creeks in the area.

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A Bass Creek campsite. (Fullerton Photo)
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Bitterroot National Forest is Ready for the Weekend

The opening weekend of the summer camping season can include fickle weather conditions, but the Bitterroot National Forest has opened the campgrounds.

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The Mill Creek foot bridge. (Bitterroot National Forest photo)
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Forest Service Removes Unsafe Mill Creek Foot Bridge

Snowpack this winter left the Mill Creek foot bridge twisted and leaning toward the creek, so it has been removed.

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Mary Williams (left) and Sadie Barrett-Grasser (right) plant an apple tree at the Darby Ranger Station. (Fullerton Photo)
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Apple Trees Come Back to the Bitterroot Valley

The apple boom in the Bitterroot Valley’s early history (1907-1911) created a large number of orchards and a wide variety of apples in the area. After the boom, many of those varieties disappeared.

Some of them have been found, growing in the Salmon River area of Idaho and, through work with the Idaho Heritage Tree Project, the Bitterroot National Forest got five apple trees back for planting at the Ranger stations in Darby and the West Fork

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