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Gogebic County at the western end of Michigan's Upper Peninsula is the last place one expects to find landowners who feel a kinship with the Sagebrush Rebels in the news across the West.
U.S. Sen. Heidi Heitkamp is calling on the U.S. Forest Service to better protect ranchers' grazing rights and to offer compensation to ranching families impacted by a 2013 wildfire.
Officials from one rural New Mexico county have sent letters to the state's congressional delegation, asking that hearings be held to investigate the actions of the U.S. Forest Service and other federal agencies as battles continue in several western states over water and property rights.
A team of investigators from the U.S. Forest Service's law enforcement wing worked Tuesday to determine the cause of a wildfire between Flagstaff and Sedona, relying in part on dozens of tips from callers.
A battle that started over access to a small spring in the mountains of southern New Mexico could end up expanding to other areas of this drought-stricken state if federal land managers are forced to fence off more sources of water to protect a rare mouse.
Ten areas in the Humboldt-Toiyabe National Forest in Nevada have been selected as top priorities for projects to combat damage from insects and disease that increases wildfire risk.
A planned copper mine in the Santa Rita Mountains near Tucson is facing another delay after the federal government announced it would restart reviews examining the project's effects on endangered species.
The U.S. Forest Service is helping to fund 20 conservation jobs this summer in Vermont's Green Mountain National Forest.
New Mexico ranchers are plenty mad over the U.S. Forest Service's refusal to open a gate blocking their cattle from reaching water, but all sides say they are working hard to avoid an armed showdown reminiscent of Nevada's Bundy ranch skirmish any time soon.