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Lolo National Forest Selling Firewood Permits for $20 [AUDIO]

As spring comes to the high country, firewood gatherers are headed to the national forests to replenish their supply for next winter.

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Lolo Peak
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Bitterroot Resort Rejected Again – Forest Service Reply [AUDIO]

A community group 'Supporters of a Public Bitterroot Resort' announced Thursday that the U. S. Forest Service has once again rejected their proposal to build a world-class resort near Lolo.

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Lolo Peak
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Tom MacClay’s Bitterroot Resort Rejected by Forest Service [AUDIO]

Bitterroot Resort on Lolo Peak rejected by Forest Service

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Fireplane
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Update on Butler and Falls Point Fires [AUDIO]

Updates on the Butler and Falls Point fires.

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Fire Season Hits Western Montana [AUDIO]

Fire season has arrived in Western Montana

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Update – Butler Fire Burning Near Ch – Paa – Qn Peak [AUDIO]

Butler Fire burning not far from Ch-Paa-Qn Peak.

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Photo From sciencelives.com
Photo From sciencelives.com
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Lawsuit Filed To Halt Montana Timber Project

Four conservation groups have filed a lawsuit against the U.S. Forest Service in federal court seeking to halt a 2,038-acre logging plan contained in a restoration project for the Lolo National Forest about 10 miles north of Seeley Lake.

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Photo From monstersandcritics.com
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3,000 Marijuana Plants Found In National Forest

Officials in western Montana say they have removed an estimated 3,000 marijuana plants and an extensive drip irrigation system from a growing operation spotted during aerial surveillance of the Lolo National Forest.

The U.S. Forest Service and the Mineral County sheriff's office said Tuesday the plants had a street value estimated at $8 million.

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Update on Ambrose Fire Near Stevensville

Retardant drops from Single Engine Air Tankers (SEATS) were effective late Monday afternoon in preventing significant growth on the Ambrose Saddle Fire about 12 miles east of Stevensville on the Lolo National Forest

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Submitted TO Flickr By OpalMirror
Submitted TO Flickr By OpalMirror
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Ambrose Fire Near Stevensville Burns In Lolo National Forest

Firefighters and two tanker helicopters were dispatched to the Ambrose Saddle Fire about 12 miles east of Stevensville on the Lolo National Forest. The fire was first reported late yesterday afternoon. The fire is burning actively and additional resources are being ordered to suppress the fire.

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