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  • Field reports: Umatilla Forest starts management plan revision with meetings

    FORESTS – The Blue Mountains National Forests have begun revising the plans and policies for managing everything from logging, grazing and firefighting to recreation and wilderness for the next 15 …

  • Wenaha River offers rewards for muscle-powered adventurers

    Despite the prevalence of black bears, poison ivy and rattlesnakes, the Wenaha River is among the most accommodating backcountry muscle-power destinations in the Northwest. Looking for an overnight wilderness destination …

  • Makeover planned for Tucannon River

    The Tucannon River is hemmed in by steep hillsides as it spills out of the Blue Mountains and toward the Snake River. But over the decades, people have further constricted …

  • Landers: Colville National Forest meeting made irrelevant

    Rudeness has been stifling the Colville National Forest meetings set to inform the public about proposed revisions to the forest’s management plans. The meeting at Colville two weeks ago was, …

  • ATVs lose ground in Blues

    POMEROY, Wash. – The Umatilla National Forest has closed some main roads in the Blue Mountains to all-terrain vehicle traffic for safety reasons. The change has riled ATV riders, who …



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