Stanislaus National Forest to Spray Herbicide Near Yosemite

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San Jose Mercury News:

“Stanislaus Forest officials can go ahead with a plan to spray herbicide over nearly 1,200 acres near Yosemite National Park, according to regional U.S. Forest Service officials.

The proposal, meant to kill brush that Stanislaus National Forest officials said has taken over an area that burned down 17 years ago, had run into opposition from environmental organizations and Native American groups.”

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