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Reconstruction of the Blodgett Pass Trail was completed this summer. (USFS Photo)
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Six Openings on the Ravalli County Resource Advisory Panel Need to be Filled

The Ravalli County Resource Advisory Committee needs six more members. The Bitterroot National Forest has applications available on-line or at any of the Bitterroot National Forest offices in Ravalli County.

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photo courtesy of Facebook
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Bitterroot Area Sawyers Helping With Superstorm Sandy Damage [AUDIO]

Over 100 Northern Region Forest Service personnel are at Fort Dix, New Jersey and will soon be heading to storm-damaged areas on the east coast.

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photo courtesy of Bitterroot National Forest
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Prescribed Burning to Start In Bitterroot Forest

The Bitterroot National Forest is planning, weather permitting, to carry out fall prescribed burning beginning as early as Monday afternoon.

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Lake Como trash dump
photo courtesy of Bitterroot National Forest
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Stolen Signs and Trash Dumping at Lake Como [AUDIO]

The Bitterroot National Forest is asking for the public’s help in identifying whoever is stealing signs from the Lake Como Recreation Area near Darby.

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As seen in this photo from the weekend, the Sawtooth Fire continues to burn toward the west in the Selway-Bitterroot Wilderness. (USFS Photo)
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Sawtooth Fire Heads West – Moe Fire Comes East

A quick look at the fires around us.

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The sun sets next to the smoke column from the Sawtooth Fire Friday, Sept 28. (KLYQ Photo)
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Yes, the Sawtooth Fire is Still There

A glance at the Sawtooth Fire Friday at sunset.

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Work on mop-up on the Sawtooth firelines. (USFS Photo)
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Sawtooth Fire Settles Down

The Sawtooth Fire continues moving west.

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photo courtesy of vastateparkstaff/flickr.com
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Update – Florence Woman Died of Heart Attack While Riding [NEW AUDIO]

A 68 year-old Florence woman was found dead Tuesday afternoon on a horseback riding trail near Larry Creek in the Bitterroot National Forest.

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A look from space last week of the nearby forest fires...and their smoke. Photo from September 17. (NASA)
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Sawtooth Stage 1 Evacuation Lifted at 4 p.m. Monday

Sawtooth Fire is better - area smoke is worse.

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The burned area around the Downing Mountain cell towers last week. (John Lehrman Photo)
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Sawtooth Fire – Thursday Morning September 20 Update

The Sawtooth Fire is most active to the west.

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