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SBNFSan Bernardino National Forest (California)
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ATLANTA -- Larson-Juhl recently contributed 7,400 trees to the reforestation of the San Bernardino National Forest in California.
In the summer months, she's a volunteer fire lookout host for the San Bernardino National Forest Service serving at Black Mountain Fire Lookout near Idyllwild.
Washington, July 29 (ANI): A team of biologists has rediscovered, for the first time in nearly 50 years, a population of a nearly extinct frog in the San Bernardino National Forest's San Jacinto Wilderness, US.
"Fire is something that is lived with and tolerated in this part of the country, but these conditions with the winds and the lack of rain and the dead trees are the worst we've ever seen," said San Bernardino National Forest ranger Kurt Winchester.
The larger blaze burned 15,433 acres - about 24 square miles - of dense, dry bush in the San Bernardino National Forest and was 12% contained.
This classic trail guide for Southern California hikers describes 100 hikes that traverse the San Bernardino National Forest, the Santa Rosa Mountains, and the San Jacinto Mountains.
Pombo noted that the San Bernardino National Forest is a prime example of environmental policy run amok.
The blaze, fanned by high winds, has blackened 4,000 acres since it broke out during the week in the San Bernardino National Forest. It has sent thick smoke across the state, blanketing much of Los Angeles 60 miles away.
About 12,600 acres have burned since the fire started on Tuesday in the hilly residential areas near the San Bernardino National Forest.
When Los Angeles couple Lacie Harmon, 35, and Robin Greenspan, 37, invited a group of female friends to a campground in the San Bernardino National Forest in the fall of 2001, they intended the weekend to be a writers' retreat.
The worst fire, according to the Federal Emergency Management Agency, is near Lake Arrowhead in the San Bernardino National Forest, where 60,100 acres have already burned.
Protecting Watersheds in San Bernardino National Forest
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