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  • Josh Newman, US Forest Service, talks about the Pioneer Fire and its impact on recreation and forest health.

    Public safety and keeping open the roads and trails that take people into the Boise national Forest is the driving force behind two projects to rehabilitate the forest after the Pioneer Fire burned 188,000 acres in 2016. It also would put logging of 60 million board feet of timber on the fast track with the support of local conservation groups.

Public safety and keeping open the roads and trails that take people into the Boise national Forest is the driving force behind two projects to rehabilitate the forest after the Pioneer Fire burned 188,000 acres in 2016. It also would put logging of 60 million board feet of timber on the fast track with the support of local conservation groups. Kyle Green kgreen@idahostatesman.com
Public safety and keeping open the roads and trails that take people into the Boise national Forest is the driving force behind two projects to rehabilitate the forest after the Pioneer Fire burned 188,000 acres in 2016. It also would put logging of 60 million board feet of timber on the fast track with the support of local conservation groups. Kyle Green kgreen@idahostatesman.com

After Pioneer Fire, Forest Service seeks to salvage logs, maintain safe access

May 06, 2017 10:40 PM