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Bitterroot National Forest Seeks Public Comment on the Darby Lumber Lands Project

The Bitterroot National Forest is inviting the public to review and make comments on a watershed improvement and travel management project on the Darby Ranger District.

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Region One Safety winners
Regional Forester Faye Krueger with Keith Hackbarth and Ted Hayes (USFS Photo)
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Bitterroot Forest Winners in Regional Awards

The 2013 Regional Forester's Honor Awards were recently presented in a Missoula ceremony and included two members of the Bitterroot National Forest.

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trees
National Forest view. (KLYQ File Photo)
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Bitterroot Forest Sells Christmas Tree Permits Starting Tuesday

You'll be able to cut your own Christmas tree on the Bitterroot National Forest with permits available November 12.

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Bass Creek Signs
Photo by KLYQ
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Bass Creek Area to Reopen for Recreation November 1 [AUDIO]

The popular Bass Creek recreation area will be reopened to the public on Friday, November 1, by the Stevensville Ranger District. The area has been closed since May for tree thinning operations.

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forest service map
Map of a portion of the Magruder Corridor. (USFS Map)
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Delays Expected on Magruder Road This Week

Wednesday and Thursday, October 23 and 24, the Bitterroot National Forest will be working on the wilderness road, the Magruder Corridor.

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A sliver of the moon
A sliver of the moon visible. (Fullerton Photo)
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October Moon Walk Cancelled – Shutdown

The October Walk by the Light of Moon Walk, sponsored by the Bitterroot National Forest, has been cancelled, due to the federal government shutdown.

The walk was to be the finale of the monthly evening sessions this year

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bass creek signpost
Go here, but not there. (KLYQ File Photo)
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Bass Creek Logging at Overlook

Logging operations will temporarily close the road to Bass Creek Overlook from October 7 through October 12 on the Bitterroot National Forest.

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slash burning
Clean-up fire. (KLYQ image/USFS Photo)
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Bitterroot Forest Plans Slash Burning

The Bitterroot National Forest has been cutting down beetle-killed trees and thinning areas around the forest this summer. Now is the time to burn piles of debris left over from the logging.

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logging
Logging eqipment. (KLYQ Image/USFS)
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Lost Trail Ski Area Logging

The forest road leading to Saddle Mountain and the Divide Trail will be closed until early October to allow logging activity at Lost Trail Ski Area.

The logging has been on-going since last fall on about 225 acres that have been attacked by the Mountain Pine Beetle

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firefighters cleaning up
Gold Pan Complex cleanup. (USFS Photo)
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Bitterroot Forest Areas Opened

The weather is allowing the Bitterroot National Forest Supervisor to reopen the closed areas at the Gold Pan Complex in the south end of the valley.

Supervisor Julie King lifted all closures this week, including the trails and roads in the Frank Church and Selway-Bitterroot Wilderness areas

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