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Damage from Mountain Pine Beetle. (USFS File Photo)
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Mountain Pine Beetle is Still a Threat in Bitterroot

The devastating Mountain Pine Beetle infestation is still being felt in the Bitterroot National Forest.

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Spraying for mountain pine beetles. (BNF/ USFS File Photo)
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Beaverhead-Deerlodge Forest to Spray for Bark Beetles

During July, the Beaverhead-Deerlodge National Forest will be spraying recreation areas for the mountain pine beetle.

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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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The Moon. (KLYQ File Photo)
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Bitterroot Moon Walk is the Bark Beetle Moon Saturday

The Saturday, August 17, Bitterroot National Forest Moon Walk will be the Bark Beetle Moon.

The presentation on the Mountain Pine Beetle will start about 7 p.m. at Willoughby Environmental Education Area south of Stevensville

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Misty afternoon up the Skalkaho. (fullerton photo)
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Rain Delays Bitterroot National Forest Beetle Spraying

Spraying plans to combat the Mountain Pine Beetle in some Bitterroot National Forest recreation sites have been delayed, due to rainy conditions.

A slow moving cold front has spread rain throughout the Bitterroot Valley Wednesday and weather is expected to be "unsettled" through the weekend

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Spraying at the Rombo Campground of the Bitterroot National Forest. (BNF-Northern Region Photo)
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Mountain Pine Beetle Battle – Bitterroot National Forest is Spraying Campgrounds

The fight against the Mountain Pine Beetle continues on the Bitterroot National Forest - with Carbaryl spraying this month.

Tod McKay of the Bitterroot National Forest said that campgrounds on the West Fork Ranger District will be first on the schedule this year

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The concentrated spray needs to travel a great distance - up! (Photo from Beaverhead-Deerlodge National Forest)
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Beaverhead-Deerlodge Forest Will Spray for Bark Beetle

A massive spraying campaign is starting up at the Beaverhead-Deerlodge National Forest, trying to get ahead of the destructive Mountain Pine Beetle.

Leona Rodreick of BDNF reports that insecticides will be applied over the next few weeks

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Trees killed by the Mountain Pine Beetle. (USFS Photo)
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Bitterroot Forest Mountain Pine Beetle Infestation Increases

The bad news from this week's joint news release from the US Forest Service and Montana Department of Natural Resources and Conservation - "Mountain Pine Beetle activity in the Bitterroot is increasing

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Bass Creek signs. (KLYQ File Photo)
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Bitterroot Forest Adds Bass Creek Logging Information Webpage

The 1,200 acre Larry-Bass logging and thinning project at Bass Creek will start soon.

The Bitterroot National Forest has added a webpage that will be updated regularly as work continues through the summer in the large area northwest of Stevensville that is very popular for hikers, horseback riders, mountain bikers and others

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Photo courtesy of Forest Service - Northern Region/Flickr
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Forest Service Study Reveals Mountain Pine Beetles on the Decline

An unreleased USFS study on Montana's forest has some good news when it comes to western pine beetle infestation.

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