Forest Service


  1. a division of the U.S. Department of Agriculture, created in 1905, that protects and develops the national forests and grasslands.

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As long as you’re on good tires and the weather conditions aren’t extreme, exploring smoother Forest Service roads or paved ones through the middle of nowhere will still turn up plenty of awesome views and neat spots to camp.

The Colorado mountain town of Crested Butte is deploying another version of this approach, limiting dispersed camping on its surrounding Forest Service lands beginning this summer.

It’s located on a private road bordering Forest Service land just a few minutes from the gateway town of Island Park, a destination for snowmobilers in the wintertime and Yellowstone-bound hikers in the summer.

Later in 1981, a Forest Service ranger reported a ferret sighting at Thunder Basin after one scampered across the road in front of the ranger’s truck.

Forest Service lands are “multi-use,” meaning the agency is supposed to balance the needs of plants, wildlife, and people in places like the Thunder Basin.

He came back to Montana and worked for the U.S. Forest Service for another two years.

Even with the aid of the Army added to that of the Forest Service, the loss has been severe.

But the Forest Service does more than protect the National forests against fire.

The Forest Service has been designated as the bureau to examine and value such lands as may be offered for purchase.

For the good of the Forest Service their conduct must be prompt and courteous and their business methods sensible and effective.

In this case the Forest Service usually coperates with the stockmen to provide water.





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