Beetle-battered trees to be removed with help from federal stimulus grant

Dead and dying lodgepole pines tower over part of the White River National Forest, where federal stimulus funds are being used to remove trees killed during the ongoing bark beetle epidemic.



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Dead and dying lodgepole pines tower over part of the White River National Forest, where federal stimulus funds are being used to remove trees killed during the ongoing bark beetle epidemic.

Seven Colorado state parks, including three on the Western Slope, will benefit from a $647,400 grant through funds from the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act. The grant, provided by the…




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