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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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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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Abandoned Campfires Cause Problems In Lolo National Forest

Photo From keeporegongreen.orgFederal, state, and local fire officials say fire danger in Missoula County is rated at “high” and people need to be more diligent in putting out their campfires. Fire officials are reminding people to be careful in the woods this time of year.  In the past several weeks, there have been over a dozen abandoned campfires discovered by fire crews from the U.S. Forest Service and DNRC in

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Photo by Jannette McDonald
Photo by Jannette McDonald
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Rock Creek Road Closed at Mile Marker 15 Due to Flooding

Lolo National Forest Supervisor Debbie Austin has signed a closure order for Rock Creek Road beginning at Mile Marker 15 to the southern boundary of the Forest due to flooding and water on the road at several locations

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