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Forest officials encourage interested members of the public to comment on the scope of the Los Padres National Forest Ecological Restoration Project, which is being proposed on four of the five LPNF Ranger Districts.
Los Padres National Forest officials announced that the Mt. Pinos Ranger District has completed additional analysis for the Tecuya Ridge Shaded Fuelbreak project and has issued a revised Decision Memo.
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U.S. Forest Service officials announced the selection of Chris Stubbs as the new forest supervisor for Los Padres National Forest.
In response to the increasing potential for a wildland fire start, Los Padres National Forest officials announced that fire restrictions will be implemented throughout the Forest effective May 27.
Los Padres National Forest officials are seeking public comments on a proposal to remove three artificial lakes as part of a restoration project within the Rose Valley Creek watershed on the Ojai Ranger District.
Los Padres National Forest announced all campfires are now prohibited on National Forest System lands in the Santa Barbara front country due to the increasing fire danger.
Los Padres National Forest officials announced plans to begin implementing their annual prescribed burning operations.
Los Padres National Forest officials announced that Deputy Forest Supervisor Chris Stubbs will serve as interim forest supervisor until a permanent replacement is selected for Kevin Elliott.
Los Padres National Forest officials have completed the environmental review of the Reyes Peak Forest Health and Fuels Reduction project.