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Full moon
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Moon Walks in the Bitterroot National Forest [AUDIO]

Moon walks start this Saturday in the Bitterroot National Forest

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Lake Como
Photo courtesy of the Bitterroot National Forest
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Memorial Day Weekend Safety in Forest [AUDIO]

Safety tips for enjoying the holiday weekend in the Bitterroot National Forest.

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Photo courtesy of brewbooks/flickr.com
Photo courtesy of brewbooks/flickr.com
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Morel Mushroom Licenses Available Now [AUDIO]

Morel Mushroom gathering permits are available starting today

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Photo courtesy of Bitterroot National Forest
Photo courtesy of Bitterroot National Forest
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Lake Como Campground Needs Local Hosts [AUDIO]

Lake Como area needs summer campground hosts

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Photo Courtesy of Bitterroot National Forest
Photo Courtesy of Bitterroot National Forest
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Logging Around Lake Como Begins Soon [AUDIO]

Logging around Lake Como to begin soon

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Logging in Sweeney Creek
Photo courtesy of David McNew/Getty Images
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Logging On Sweeney Creek [AUDIO]

Logging project up Sweeney Creek may cause traffic delays.

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Photo Courtesy of bittrmonk/flickr.com
Photo Courtesy of bittrmonk/flickr.com
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Ice Leads To Travel Warning In Forest [AUDIO]

Bitterroot National Forest warning about travel dangers due to ice.

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Picture From wikipedia.com
Picture From wikipedia.com
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Forest Makes Changes To Timber Sales [AUDIO]

Bitterroot National Forest Makes Changes to Timber Sales

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Picture From byuienglish316.wordpress.com
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Bitterroot Forest Seeks Public Comment [AUDIO]

Bitterroot National Forest Seeking Public Comment on Timber Harvest at Lost Trail Powder Mountain

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The Up Top Fire (USFS Photo)
The Up Top Fire (USFS Photo)
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41 Complex is Mainly “Up Top” – Sept 7

The 41 Complex of forest fires in the Sapphire Mountains east of Hamilton is mainly the Up Top Fire, which has now cross Skalkaho Highway on its way south. Of the total 3,700 acres, the Up Top Fire is 3,627 acres, while the 41 Fire is 105 acres and is 90 percent contained, according to Public Affairs Officer Tod McKay

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