Expedited forest plan calls for more thinning, flexibility in NE Wyoming
By KEVIN WOSTER Rapid City (S.D.) Journal,writer
Black Hills National Forest officials will rely on streamlined regulations and extensive commercial tree thinning in a new attack plan against the mountain pine beetle aimed at protecting vulnerable areas before the bugs hit.
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