Forests could get long-term roads

Denis Berckfeldt of Denver playing Teddy Roosevelt hands out fliers at the road-less meeting at Two Rivers Tuesday evening for the Theodore Roosevelt Conservation Partnership.



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Denis Berckfeldt of Denver playing Teddy Roosevelt hands out fliers at the road-less meeting at Two Rivers Tuesday evening for the Theodore Roosevelt Conservation Partnership.

Colorado’s forested areas could contain “long-term temporary roads” under a proposed rule for roadless areas being studied by the U.S. Forest Service. The rule and its parts…




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