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INF releases FEIS for Mammoth Base Land Exchange

News release The Inyo National Forest has released a Final Environmental Impact Statement (FEIS) for the proposed Mammoth Base Land Exchange, along with a draft Record of Decision. The FEIS is available for download from the Inyo National Forest website athttps://www.fs.usda.gov/project/?project=30428. Individuals who submitted timely and specific written comments during the scoping period (August 26, […]

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Update on Inyo National Forest final plan

Press release The Inyo National Forest’s Winter Recreation Opportunity Spectrum and Timeline Update Fall is in the air, and the next preview of the Inyo National Forest final plan is here. Today we’re sharing information about the winter recreation opportunity spectrum (ROS). Previously we shared direction for sustainable recreation, aquatic and riparian resources, wild and […]

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U.S. Forest Service offers holiday update

Press release Visitors planning to visit the Inyo National for the Fourth of July may require more planning than usual to have a safe and enjoyable visit. The significant snowfall from this winter and the cool spring means that snow is still melting in many areas popular with visitors. Recent warm temperatures have led to […]

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A win-win: INF fire crew removes dead trees at Lone Pine Cemetery

Press release Inyo National Forest fire personnel removed dead hazard trees at the Lone Pine Cemetery last week. The felled trees will be bucked and set aside for public use. Fire crews need training for proper and safe tree falling and had set aside a date to meet this requirement at the beginning of their […]

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Man arrested in Mono County on multiple felonies after standoff

Press release In the early afternoon of Thursday, February 25, 2016, Mono County Sheriff’s Deputies responded to Adobe Ranch Road, south of Highway 120 East, to investigate a report of a squatter in a vacant cabin. The suspect, later identified as William Ward, broke into the property and illegally took up residence. A deputy spotted Mr. Ward […]

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