Does D-Bug have something to do with a dune buggy, or what is this? Diamond Lake, Douglas County’s high Cascades gem, is the most visited Forest Service destination in the Pacific Northwest. It boasts recreational developments enjoyed by thousands of visitors each year. Federal policy for nearby areas such as Crater Lake National Park and Mount Thielsen Wilderness does not allow most resource-management activities. Lands near Diamond Lake are under different regulations: Ones that, in 2008, allowed the Forest Service to use the D-Bug fuels-reduction project to address wildfire severity. Forests in the Diamond Lake area are very diverse. East-side …
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