November 2003
Dirt Bike;Nov2003, Vol. 33 Issue 11, p28
Reports on developments related to national forest management in the U.S. Ponderosa and pinion pines lost in Arizona due to pine-beetle infestations; Issuance of warning by the United States Forest Service of similar destruction in Los Padres, San Bernardino and Los Angeles National Forest in the year 2003; Ignorance from the concerned government agency on the situation.


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