Bighorn National Forest firefighters will burn slash piles in areas around Forest Service Road 26, the Red Grade Road, in the next few weeks.
Former Forest Service deputy chief Jim Furnish returns to the Bighorns to talk about his career with the agency, and his role in the roadless rule.
Final management plan would allow consideration of controversial motorized use in Franc’s Peak and Wood River areas of the Shoshone National Forest.
“The forest isn’t destroyed. It’s still a forest. It’s just a different forest than we’ve ever seen,” said Bill Crapser.
The newest management plan for the Shoshone National Forest includes allowing mountain bikes in the Dunoir Special Management Unit.