In the News, November 14, 2014


Today's Headlines: Wilderness plan wins support; Forests for the future: First glimmers of forest plan draw polarized reactions; Feds list Gunnison sage grouse as 'threatened' under Endangered Species Act; Skamania Co. declares forest mangement Emergency; Seasonal BLM land restrictions planned; The federal government hasn’t legalized marijuana and it owns more than half the land in states where it is legal; Timber Salvage After 2014 Wildfires Begins In Fits And Starts; Deschutes County mulls basalt rock mine; Fate of Oregon's greater sage grouse uncertain after feds list Gunnison grouse as threatened; Vilifying, suing Montana ranchers no way to improve access; University of Utah Legal Analysis Ignores "Stubborn Facts" on the Transfer of Public Lands Movement

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