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national forest

noun as in national park

noun as in wilderness area

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Giving the timber industry the keys to our national forests is like giving fossil-fuel giant ExxonMobil the keys to our climate.

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You see, I’d called my friend and Outside contributor Chris Van Leuven a few weeks prior, and he helped me pick a world class camping spot on national forest land, just outside of Yosemite Valley.

The site lists camping in state parks, national parks, national forests, private campgrounds, as well as popular and free dispersed campsites.

Felicia roams amid a national forest where there’s limited law enforcement, so photographers are generally left to police themselves.

The Forest Service never got to see the permit system in action, because the whole national forest closed the following week due to wildfires, but the agency still intends to use the new system this summer.

We drove up Highway 69 through a corner of the Angelina National Forest, and it was growing dark as we approached Lufkin.

Wednesday, authorities got a break when a caller reported spotting the trio at a campsite near San Isabel National Forest.

Thus the average National Forest comprises about one million acres of government lands.

Few people have any conception of what a gigantic empire the National Forest domain is.

In fact it is no exaggeration to say that all our large western rivers have their origin on National Forest land.

Before the National Forest policy was put into effect the large ranges of the West were used indiscriminately by all.

The money for the construction of National Forest improvements is secured from various sources.


On this page you'll find 14 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to national forest, such as: preserve, reservation, reserve, and national seashore.

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