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Armentrout and Randall-Parker Interviews (audio)

Feb 14th @ 6:42 am

Forest Supervisor Scott Armentrout spoke at the Weekly Forum at Heidi’s Brooklyn Deli yesterday.  Hear my interview with him by clicking on the link FOREST SUPERVISOR SCOTT ARMENTROUT District Ranger Tammy Randall-Parker won a national award for her groups work and my interview with her is at the link below DISTRICT RANGER TAMMY RANDALL-PARKER

Christmas Tree Permits Available

Nov 15th @ 2:12 pm

Christmas tree permits offered by the U.S. Forest Service and the Bureau of Land Management are now on sale. The permits allow the public to cut a Christmas tree for personal use on National Forest and BLM lands within the Grand Mesa, Uncompahgre & Gunnison National Forests and the Uncompahgre, Grand Junction and Gunnison Field [...]

U.S. Forest Service Closes Off Middle Elk Area To The Public

Sep 27th @ 4:50 pm

In a news release put out by the U.S. Forest Service a decision was made to close the area around the Middle Elk Fire north of New Castle until further notice primarily for safety reasons.  District Rangers say the fire has been slowed down by the recent weather but there’s still a risk of falling [...]

US Forest Service Announces That Personal Use Firewood Permits Are Now Available

May 23rd @ 5:49 pm

DELTA  -  The US Forest Service announced that “personal use” firewood permits are now available for purchase.  Permits can be purchased for $10.00 per cord, with a two-cord minimum requirement. The maximum limit is 10 cords per household each year.  Forest Service representatives cautioned that some road closures still remain in areas that some folks [...]