Larry Alameda, left, and Leanne Knutson of Sacramento gather morel mushrooms from beneath the trees charred by last summer’s King fire near Stumpy Meadows in El Dorado County on Saturday. National Forest officials have reopened the damaged lands for public use.
Larry Alameda, left, and Leanne Knutson of Sacramento gather morel mushrooms from beneath the trees charred by last summer’s King fire near Stumpy Meadows in El Dorado County on Saturday. National Forest officials have reopened the damaged lands for public use. Randall Benton rbenton@sacbee.com
Larry Alameda, left, and Leanne Knutson of Sacramento gather morel mushrooms from beneath the trees charred by last summer’s King fire near Stumpy Meadows in El Dorado County on Saturday. National Forest officials have reopened the damaged lands for public use. Randall Benton rbenton@sacbee.com

National forest land in Sierra Nevada reopens after devastating King fire

April 25, 2015 09:18 PM

UPDATED April 25, 2015 11:03 PM

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