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What does DNF stand for?

DNF stands for Deschutes National Forest (Oregon)

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Byline: The Register-Guard SISTERS - An investigation has concluded that lightning was the most probable cause of the Pole Creek Fire near Sisters in September, Deschutes National Forest officials said Tuesday.
The Treasured Landscapes sites include: * Alaska's Tongass National Forest * Illinois' Midewin National Tallgrass Prairie near Chicago * Colorado's Pike National Forest and White River National Forest * Oregon's Deschutes National Forest * California's Angeles National Forest and Tahoe National Forest * Arkansas' Ozark National Forest * Florida's Ocala National Forest * Arizona's Coconino National Forest * Utah's Uinta-Wasatch-Cache National Forest * Washington's Okanogan-Wenatchee National Forest * New Hampshire's White Mountain National Forest * Idaho's Panhandle National Forests These 14 sites are places where communities and individuals can get even more engaged with National Forest stewardship.
Oregon Mobile Inmate Camp Is Back For seven weeks that began last month, the Deschutes National Forest again is both home and workplace to 90 minimum-custody Oregon inmates.
For instance, Oregon's Deschutes National Forest is moving forward with a proposal to remove 2,000 truckloads of timber from a spotted owl "reserve.
The studies were done in the Metolius Research Natural Area in the Deschutes National Forest of the Oregon Cascade Range, a mix of old-growth trees more than 250 years old and younger regenerating trees about 40 years old.
Scene III: Northwest Forestry Association lobbyist Ross Mickey, a defector from 10 years with USFS, emerges from his station wagon at a snow park in the Deschutes National Forest near Sisters, Oregon.