Arizona's Coronado National Forest Weighs New Federal Rules

Coronado National Forest in Arizona will be among the first to feel the impact of new federal rules on forest management announced this week. Coronado will update its forest management plan for the first time since 1986, and expects the process to take less time than before. The new rules reduce public input in the process. NPR's Ted Robbins reports.

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