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What does ENF stand for?
ENF stands for Eldorado National Forest (Placerville, CA)
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We have 40 other meanings of ENF in our Acronym Attic
- European Network on Education and Training in Radiological Protection
- European Neuroendocrine Tumor Society (Berlin, Germany)
- Encuesta Nacional de Empleo Urbano (National Survey of Urban Employment; Mexico)
- Energieeinsparverordnung (Germany: ordinance on energy saving in buildings)
- Estimated No-Effect Value
- Effectiveness of Naval Electronic Warfare Systems
- Electronic News
- Éclaireurs Neutres de France (French Scouting association)
- École de Natation Française (French: French School of Swimming)
- École de Navigation Française (French: French School of Navigation)
- Electrical Network Frequency
- ElectroNeuroFeedback (physiotherapy device)
- Elegant Normal Form (Boolean expression)
- Elephants Never Forget
- Elks National Foundation
- Embarrassed Naked Female
- Emerging Neighbourhood Fund
- Enforcement Action (Environmental Term AR 200-1)
- Equality Network Forum (Glasgow, Scotland)
Samples in periodicals archive:
In California, 169,000 trees in burned areas of Eldorado National Forest to restore 10 spotted owl protected activity centers and two northern goshawk sites.
CALIFORNIA Echo Summit Sno-Park, Eldorado National Forest.
Northern California: Mendocino National Forest Northeastern California: Eldorado National Forest Southeastern Nevada: Forests near the Las Vegas field office of the BLM Southwestern Utah: Forests near the Fillmore field office of the BLM Southwestern Utah: Dixie National Forest Northeastern Michigan: Huron-Manistee National Forests Southeastern Texas: Sam Houston National Forest CAPTION(S): Workers remove branches from downed trees last year at the Fort Valley restoration site in Flagstaff, Ariz.
The green crew-cab pickup equipped with a 500-gallon water tank came to rest on its top in an old clearcut, where members of a Forest Service firefighting crew out of Kentucky who witnessed the crash and Hotshot crews from the Plumas and Eldorado national forests were able to reach the survivors.