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Reds Meadow Road opening Friday, June 26

This description explains why Reds Meadow is a popular destination during the summer months:  With crystal-clear streams, sparkling lakes and majestic forests, Reds Meadow Valley is an ideal place to camp during the summer and enjoy fishing, hiking or riding a horse through this pristine setting. Located on the other side of Mammoth Mountain, there […]

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Inyo National Forest Enters Fire Restrictions

(News Release May 13, 2020 from U.S. Forest Service, Inyo National Forest) National Forest Enters Fire Restrictions Inyo National Forest is implementing fire restrictions effective on all Inyo National Forest lands. “We want to support a strong fire prevention program, limiting human-caused fires, to keep our firefighters healthy and ready for when we need them […]

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Forest Service shares Wild and Scenic Rivers inventory and eligibility findings

USFS press release VALLEJO, California, December 14, 2015 – The U.S. Forest Service’s Pacific Southwest Region is sharing our Wild and Scenic Rivers inventory, eligibility and classification findings for the Inyo, Sequoia and Sierra National Forests. We completed this process as part of our efforts to revise the land and resource management plans (forest plans) for these national […]

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Time to comment on Forest Plan revision

U.S. Forest Service Pacific Southwest Region moves forward with Forest Plan Revisions  (Press Release) VALLEJO, Calif., Dec. 30, 2013 – The U.S. Forest Service’s Pacific Southwest Region has released the final assessments for the Sierra, Sequoia and Inyo National Forests, the Bio-regional assessment, and a preliminary Need to Change document. The public is invited to […]

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SCE work impacts water levels

(USFS Press Release) Construction Activities in the Rush Creek Area ~Less Water in Agnew, Gem and Waugh Lakes, Summer 2012~ BISHOP, CALIF., July 11, 2012 – From July through October, hikers and backpackers entering the Ansel Adams Wilderness on the Rush Creek Trail will encounter construction activities at Agnew Dam.  The lake will be partially […]

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SCE blocks solar power at federal parks

On the front page of the Los Angeles Times Monday, a story revealed that Southern California Edison has blocked the use of solar power at facilities in Death Valley and Mono Lake. Edison officials declined to comment on the story that says the national park service and national forests have been negotiating with Edison for […]

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