Unrehabilitated marijuana grow sites in national forests are prone to being reactivated by illicit producers, an audit found. Illicit marijuana production is blamed for depleting waterways and contaminating the environment with pesticides.
Most of the forestland will either be left alone or tapped for removal of hazardous trees near roads, trails and recreation areas.
Clackamas County, commissioners have approved a new 22,000-square-foot Education Center for OSU Exte
Forest stewards hoping to establish beneficial tree species in the Priest Lake region of northern Id
The U.S. Forest Service has expanded the Sawtooth National Forest through the acquisition of a ranch in central Idaho