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Michael Morse Honored as ‘Ranger of the Year’ by National Forest Recreation Association

WOODLAKE, CA – The National Forest Recreation Association (NFRA) is very proud to announce that  has been selected as the 2020 ‘Ranger of the Year.’ Michael is the Co-Director of the Region 5 Pack Stock Center of Excellence; a Special Uses Permit Administrator; and the Wilderness and Trails Supervisor on the Mammoth Ranger District, Inyo […]

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Comments sought on Sherwins trail improvements

USFS press release The Mammoth Ranger District of the Inyo National Forest is seeking comments for a proposed action to implement trail improvements in the Sherwins area to provide diverse trail-based recreational opportunities near the Town of Mammoth Lakes while protecting natural and cultural resources. The proposed project, the Sherwin Area Recreation Plan (SHARP), would […]

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USFS campgrounds wind down after shutdown

Since the government recently re-opened, the Forest Service also re-opened some campgrounds in the Eastern Sierra. However, since it is so late in the season, some concessionaires have chosen not to do the same and there is no water or trash service. In the White Mountain and Mount Whitney Ranger Districts, Ranger Margaret Wood said […]

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Bureaucratic process for wind-fallen trees in Reds Meadow

Objection Period for Reds Meadow Wind-Fallen Tree Removal Project The Mammoth Ranger District of the Inyo National Forest has prepared an Environmental Assessment (EA) for the Reds Meadow Valley Wind-Fallen Tree Removal Hazardous Fuels Reduction Project. This project proposes to conduct fuels treatments by removing wind-fallen trees on approximately 220 acres managed by the Inyo […]

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