Tag: forest fire

Rim Fire Impacts Deer Hunting in Stanislaus National Forest

The California Department of Fish and Wildlife has posted a press release directed at  hunters: With the historic Rim fire in Tuolumne and Mariposa counties still burning, the California Department of Fish and Wildlife (CDFW) is reminding hunters about limited access and road closures in the Stanislaus National Forest. The still burning wildfire is the …

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Battling the Rim Fire – NG’s Gallery

National Geographic has collected images from the Rim Fire (which, as of this writing, is at 80% containment) and posted them on their website.  You can view the gallery HERE.

Help California National Forests Recover

What happens after a forest fire like the HUGE Rim Fire burning near Yosemite? Vance Russell, the National Forest Foundation’s Director of Programs for California has sent out an email to everyone who, I guess, supports the National Forest Foundation, and I thought now might be a good time to share it with you: As I write this morning …

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Environmentalism, Budget Cuts to blame for Rim Fire

As the Rim fire continues to burn closer and into Yosemite, nobody seems to want to point out why this fire is burning so well, or so fast. The answer is environmentalism, and budget cuts that have prohibited proper forest conservation. Environmentalism is the idiotic belief that man knows what’s best for the forest, and …

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Rim Fire destroys Berkeley Tuolumne Family Camp

From Sierra News Online: TUOLUMNE COUNTY – Families who have been camping at the Berkeley Tuolumne Family Camp for years gathered yesterday to mourn the loss of the camp, which was consumed by the Rim Fire on Sunday. The fire has now grown to 179,481 acres with 20% containment, and U.S. Forest Service officials confirmed …

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