On April 4, 2022, a federal court in Montana found that a large-scale logging project on public lands in the Castle Mountains in western Montana is unlawful. The project would have allowed 45 miles of road construction and reconstruction, as well as logging and burning across 22,500 acres, in this small island mountain range. The More
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