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Cattle intrusion into the wilderness and Bird Creek Meadows has long been an issue of concern for FOMA, but we are now happy
to report that both the Forest Service and the Yakama Nation have erected solid fences at the legal boundary for cattle grazing as of
2021. These fences are monitored frequently and we have accompanied these Forest Service monitoring trips. There is no evidence of cattle
intrusion into Bird Creek Meadows as of 2021.
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Ever Wild by Darryl Lloyd, Co-Founder, Friends of Mt Adams
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Category Archives: fire
The Cascade Creek Fire burned 20,300 acres September/October 2012 on Gifford Pinchot National Forest lands. The Forest Service for the most part let the fire burn in the Mt. Adams Wilderness but aggressively fought the fire outside of Wilderness. The … Continue reading
Here is a very recent, informative, and excellently written report from FR8040, the Morrison Creek/South Climb road: In the Wake of Fire: Cascade Creek Burn Site Guide by Wilson Cady, Columbia River Gorge, WA