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BLM completes repair of fire, storm damage on recreational trails

REDDING, Calif. – Recreation trails on public lands managed by the Bureau of Land Management are ready for the busy spring and summer seasons, as crews have finished repairing fire and winter storm damage. “We owe a huge thanks to a crew from AmeriCorps, members of the Redding Trail Alliance and tr...

42 Route Project Update #7

The latest project update on the 42 route project contains information on new funding for route repairs,  2017 Storm damage, Implementation Plan for the remaining routes, monitoring, and an updated Corrective Action Plan....


RUBICON TRAIL IS CLOSED Warning This Winter has been epic!  As of May 20, 2017, monitoring protocols have been met so the current conditions warrant CLOSURE of the Rubicon Trail.  Loon Lake to the Intertie is not effected by this closure, however, it is important from a safety standpoint that only...

Humboldt-Toiyabe NF Asks the Public to Report Road and Trail Damage

Sparks, Nev. – The 2017 “rain on snow and wind” events in eastern California and Nevada have caused damage to the Humboldt-Toiyabe National Forest’s road and trail systems. In order to compile a list of roads and trails that need to be repaired, Forest officials are asking visitors to report any roa...
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