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Court OKs Tongass settlement

...Tongass officials complete the amendment of the 1997 Tongass Land Management Plan, which is expected in the fall, said Erin Uloth, a public affairs officer for the Forest Service. The amendment was mandated in August 2005 by the 9th District Court...
Cruise passenger dies in kayaking accident near glacier

...Mendenhall Lake Sunday died after the kayaks overturned during the outing, a U.S. Forest Service spokesperson said.Erin Uloth, a spokeswoman for the Tongass National Forest, says 62-year-old Michael Ray Fullerton died late Sunday afternoon...
Climate camp discusses local effects of warming

...happen with climate change and coordinate what actions we might take," U.S. Forest Service Public Affairs Officer Erin Uloth said. While a lot of scientific information was presented during a Wednesday morning session, the event's purpose...
Ruling delays southeast Alaska mine exploration

...all Forest Service categorical exclusion processes that had not been completed.Tongass National Forest spokeswoman Erin Uloth said the basic permitting process remains intact but there's now a comment and appeal period, which can lengthen the...
Photography exhibit comes to Southeast communities this summer

...bears, bald eagles and local communities. "We are pleased to be sponsoring Amy Gulick and her stunning work," said Erin Uloth, spokesperson for the U.S. Forest Service, Tongass National Forest. "The Tongass is our largest national forest...
Agency petitioned to protect SE wolves

...endemic species.""At minimum, it's time to do a new status review," he said.U.S. Forest Service spokeswoman Erin Uloth said this is not case. She said the Forest Plan has a conservation strategy that outlines all ranges of wildlife with...
Ketchikan mill is awarded Orion North timber

...Another 1.9 miles of old roads will be rebuilt for the 381-acre clear-cut, according to Tongass spokeswoman Erin Uloth. Despite Waldo's hope, a spokesman higher up the chain with the U.S. Department of Agriculture in Washington...
Conservation groups weigh in on 'Roadless' outcome ongoing timber sales or sold timber in the roadless areas," Edwards said. Forest Service Public Affairs Officer Erin Uloth said Tongass authorities are still reviewing the ruling and don't yet have a comment on its implications. Mark Rorick...


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