The U.S. Forest Service's (FS) policy of suppressing wildland fires as soon as possible has caused a dangerous increase in vegetation density in our nation's forest. This density increase combined with severe drought has created a significant threat of catastrophic wildfires. In response to this threat, the FS performs activities to reduce the buildup of brush, small trees, & other vegetation on nat. forest land. There have been concerns about delays in implementing these forest fuels,Ó activities (FFA) focusing on the public appeals & litigation of FS decisions to unnecessarily delay efforts to reduce FFA. This report contains a national database on the number of FFA that are appealed or litigated for FY 2001 & 2002. Illustrations.Hill, Barry J. is the author of 'Forest Service Information On Appeals And Litigation Involving Fuels Reduction Activities', published 2004 under ISBN 9780756739959 and ISBN 0756739950.