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Update on Inyo National Forest final plan

Press release The Inyo National Forest’s Winter Recreation Opportunity Spectrum and Timeline Update Fall is in the air, and the next preview of the Inyo National Forest final plan is here. Today we’re sharing information about the winter recreation opportunity spectrum (ROS). Previously we shared direction for sustainable recreation, aquatic and riparian resources, wild and […]

 
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Update: Inyo National Forest readies for closures

Press release This now shows projected dates for campground closures for the south district and USFS managed campgrounds for the north. This should be a pretty complete picture for the fall. As always, some of this is weather dependent. Thanks for the reports from the field. The State of the Inyo, current as of 9/20/17 […]

 
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State of the Inyo National Forest

The State of the Inyo, current as of 9/13/17 Mono Lake Ranger District Roads open: Monitor Pass (Hwy 89), Sonora Pass (Hwy 108), Tioga Pass (Hwy 120 W), Saddlebag Lake Rd., Bodie (Hwy 270), Lundy Canyon, Panum Crater, Hwy 120 E (Benton), June Lake Loop (Hwy 158), Parker Lake Rd. Campgrounds open: Lundy Canyon (county), […]

 
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State of the Inyo (National Forest)

Press release The State of the Inyo, current as of 9/7/17 Mono Lake Ranger District Roads open: Monitor Pass (Hwy 89), Sonora Pass (Hwy 108), Tioga Pass (Hwy 120 W), Saddlebag Lake Rd., Bodie (Hwy 270), Lundy Canyon, Panum Crater, Hwy 120 E (Benton), June Lake Loop (Hwy 158), Parker Lake Rd. Campgrounds open: Lundy […]

 
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Scoping comments sought for Mammoth fuels-reduction project

News release The Mammoth Lakes Fire Safe Council and Mammoth Lakes Fire Protection District are seeking comments on a fuels reduction project that would be implemented through a working partnership between the Mammoth Lakes Fire Safe Council (Lead, Fiscal Agent), the Inyo National Forest (Resource Manager and Technical Advisor), and the Mammoth Lakes Fire Protection […]

 
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An update on the State of the Inyo

The State of the Inyo, current as of 8/11/17 Mono Lake Ranger District Roads open: Monitor Pass (Hwy 89), Sonora Pass (Hwy 108), Tioga Pass (Hwy 120 W), Saddlebag Lake Rd., Bodie (Hwy 270), Lundy Canyon, Panum Crater, Hwy 120 E (Benton), June Lake Loop (Hwy 158), Parker Lake Rd. Campgrounds open: Lundy Canyon (county), […]

 
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Ormat approved for geothermal test

Press release MAMMOTH LAKES, Calif. – The Bureau of Land Management (BLM) Bishop Field Office, in coordination with the Inyo National Forest Mammoth Lakes Ranger District, has approved a proposal by Ormat Nevada Inc. to conduct a 30-day flow and injection test of two existing geothermal wells, expected to begin August 21, near the town […]

 
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INF updates species of conservation concern list

One more preview: Updating the Inyo National Forest’s Species of Conservation Concern List Press release Today we’re sharing proposed updates to the Inyo National Forests’ species of conservation concern (SCC) list. This “preview” comes as the Inyo completes a final environmental impact statement and forest plan. Previously we shared information about sustainable recreation, aquatic and […]

 
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State of the Inyo – almost all campgrounds, roads open

Press release It’s starting to look like summer. All forest campgrounds and roads are open on the Whitney and White Mountain Ranger Districts. Everything is open up north except for Agnew Meadows Campgrounds and Saddlebag Lake Campgrounds. Also attached is a link to the Great Basin Unified Air Pollution Control District for information about smoke […]

 
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Next preview for Inyo National Forest plan

US Forest Service press release We have your next preview of the Inyo National Forest’s final environmental impact statement and forest plan. Today we’re sharing the updated wild and scenic rivers (WSR) eligibility study. Previously we shared updated plan direction for sustainable recreation and aquatic and riparian resources. Soon you’ll see updated information for species […]

 
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