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SUSANVILLE — Warming temperatures and winds are quickly drying out the annual grass crop. The increasing fire danger posed by dead grass and hotter, drier conditions in the region is prompting CAL FIRE to suspend all burn permits for outdoor residential burning within the State Responsibilit…

ALTURAS — The Modoc National Forest is enacting campfire restrictions to protect the health and safety of employees and communities, effective immediately and until further notice. Outside of developed campgrounds and certain permitted facilities, igniting, building, maintaining or using a f…

YREKA, Calif. — Thunderstorms moved across the western side of the Klamath National Forest, bringing a significant amount of lightning with scattered precipitation on Friday, May 29, resulting in three total fires confirmed on the Klamath National Forest, according to a news release.

WASHINGTON – The Bureau of Land Management (BLM) is proposing updates to antiquated regulations governing administration of timber sales and protest of forest management decisions, which haven’t been revised in more than 35 years, according to a news release.

WASHINGTON — The Bureau of Land Management today announced a proposal to establish a new categorical exclusion (CX) under the National Environmental Policy Act, which would streamline the agency’s review of routine timber salvage projects and operations, according to a news release.

Fire officials in Klamath and Lake Counties will officially declare fire season beginning Monday, June 1, on lands protected by the Oregon Department of Forestry (ODF) Klamath-Lake District and Walker Range Fire Patrol Association. This affects all private, county, and state forestlands.

ALTURAS — Recognizing the importance of the unique recreational opportunity to collect Warner Mountain obsidian, the Modoc National Forest, Pit River Tribe and Modoc County worked together to come up with a strategy to address rampant theft and resulting resource damage while still providing…

With wildfire season already underway in parts of the West, Pacific Power is adding new safety measures and system enhancements to continue to help protect the communities it serves while providing power.