BLM Northern California District Media Contact: Jeff Fontana, firstname.lastname@example.org July 29, 2022 The Bureau of Land Management on Monday, Aug. 1, will implement seasonal fire restrictions to prevent wildfire risk on public lands managed by the Eagle Lake and Applegate field offices in Lassen, Modoc, Plumas, Sierra,... Read More.
On Friday Sierra Pacific Industries will not permit access to their forest lands for the remainder of the wildfire season. With the increasing risk of fire and continued drought conditions for a third consecutive year, SPI has decided to close only the company’s forest... Read More.
Lassen Fire Safe Council is applying for another round of CAL FIRE Forest Health Grants focused on reforesting lands within last year’s local fire footprints. One of these grants will be the Dixie Fire East Reforestation Project. It will include land impacted by the... Read More.
WASHINGTON — Secretary of the Interior Deb Haaland today formally established a process to review and replace derogatory names of the nation’s geographic features. She also declared “squaw” to be a derogatory term and ordered the Board on Geographic Names – the federal body... Read More.
All California National Forest lands close through September 17th. Hopes of reducing visitor traffic will lessen the likelihood of new fire starts as continued extreme drought and fire conditions are expected. USDA Forest Service Temporarily Closing All California National Forests for Public Safety VALLEJO, Calif., —... Read More.
Responsible recreation on public and tribal lands WINNEMUCCA, Nev. — The Bureau of Land Management, Black Rock Field Office, in coordination with the Pyramid Lake Paiute Tribe (PLPT) wants to remind visitors headed to Black Rock Playa and Pyramid Lake to recreate responsibly. In typical years,... Read More.
BLM closes Bizz Johnson Trail, public lands, roads due to Dixie Fire The Bureau of Land Management has closed the Bizz Johnson National Recreation Trail and other roads and lands in the Susanville area due to dangers imposed by the Dixie Fire. The closure will be in... Read More.