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Pittsburg Landing campground visitors found unmistakable signs cattle had been there first this spring. The Free Press learned of reader concerns earlier this year, and asked the Forest Service about the cows in January. Answers to questions such as how many cattle are permitted in the area and what if any steps have been taken to mitigate impact of the cattle operation on the recreation site haven’t yet been received.

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Pittsburg Landing campground visitors found unmistakable signs cattle had been there first this spring. The Free Press learned of reader concerns earlier this year, and asked the Forest Service about the cows in January. Answers to questions such as how many cattle are permitted in the area and what if any steps have been taken to mitigate impact of the cattle operation on the recreation site haven’t yet been received.



Pittsburg Landing campground visitors found unmistakable signs cattle had been there first this spring. The Free Press learned of reader concerns earlier this year, and asked the Forest Service about the cows in January. Answers to questions such as how many cattle are permitted in the area and what if any steps have been taken to mitigate impact of the cattle operation on the recreation site haven’t yet been received.



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