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Another trashed spring

Another Trashed Spring

By the end of 2019 volunteers with the Project to Reform Public Land Grazing had monitored conditions on 19 national forest grazing allotments within the Klamath, Shasta-Trinity and Rogue River-Siskiyou National Forests. Individual allotments had been monitored for up to seven years. A grazing allotment is an area of national forest land which the Forest …

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Cattle Manure in Taylor Lake

Cattle Manure in Taylor Lake

Taylor Lake is a popular recreation site within Northern California’s Russian Peak Wilderness. It is the only wilderness lake on the Klamath National Forest which has wheelchair trail access. Only one-half mile from the trailhead, Taylor Lake was also a popular swimming and picnic site for families. Years ago, taxpayer funds paid for a new …

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