Frat Members Blamed for Trees Felled in National Forest
It allegedly happened during Phi Alpha Kappa initiation ceremony at Lassen campsite
Mexican Men Indicted For Growing Thousands Of Pot Plants CA National Forest
The U.S. Attorney Office in Sacramento says a federal grand jury returned a three-count indictment on Thursday against two Mexican nationals for growing marijuana in the Shasta-TrinityNational Forest on a massive scale.
Bark Beetle Damage Closes Trail Of 100 Giants In Sequoia National Forest
The bark beetle has killed so many pine trees in the Sierra Nevada that officials are afraid dying trees could hurt hikers. FM89’s Ezra David Romero
Amazing photo shows raccoon on top of gator at Ocala National Forest
Richard Jones says he was lucky to snap this once-in-a-lifetime photo of a raccoon on top of an alligator at Ocala National Forest on Saturday.
Filson Field Guide: Spend a Weekend in the Olympic National Forest
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Chaminade University Selects New President
Chaminade University has selected a new president.
Board Of Supervisors Split Over Location of New SMART Station
Sonoma County Supervisors are trying to figure out the location of a proposed third Santa Rosa SMART Station. Two supervisors are suggesting having the station at Fulton and River roads. Another is hoping to serve a largely
Who Gets To Use The Carson National Forest, And For What?
KUNM Call In Show 5/12 8a : The U.S. Forest Service is rewriting its plans for all the national forests in New Mexico including the Carson National Forest
How To Volunteer At A National Forest Service Campground
After visiting 176 national forests and over 2,400 campgrounds, Fred and Suzi Dow know what it takes to be a volunteer campground host.
Your Guide to the 15 Campgrounds of Olympic National Park
Olympic National Park is known for amazing views, fantastic hiking and some of the last true wilderness in America, yet few know that there are 15 unique camping opportunities along the roads of th…
Leadership tips for new supervisors
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Idaho Voters Will Select New Governor, Decide on Medicaid
Idaho voters will elect a new governor, decide who will be their U.S. representatives and make decisions on a pair of initiatives about expanding Medicaid and gambling.
National Forest Products Week
The Idaho Forest is truly a miracle at work. Explore how Idaho's forestry professionals are working to keep our forest healthy, beautiful, and productive. Highly graphical site contain special sections for teachers and kids.
Guide to Olympic National Park
A Guide to Olympic National Park
Check out our guide for things to do in Olympic National Park. Read on.
McKenzie River gets new boaters guide from Willamette National Forest
The map is designed for boaters and those who fish the river because it features access points, river miles, rapid names and classes, and other useful facts, according to Jennifer Velez of the Willamette National Forest.
Trip Guide: Angelina National Forest
Plan a weekend hiking mysterious piney paths and playing in the Angelina River using this guide with tips on what to do, where to eat, and where to stay.
The Lodges of Olympic National Park
Green National Park Travel Tips When one tugs at a single thing in nature, he finds it attached to the rest of the world -John Muir When visiting our National Parks and Forests, one can’t help but be awed by the magnificence of nature it all its glory. It’s up to us to keep it pristine, and every traveler can take steps to do their part when they visit. Read on for our top tips for sustainable travel. Recycle and Compost We offer…
New Halo Top Milkshakes Coming to Select Texas Subway Locations
Completing your meal with a milkshake without completely destroying your diet just got easier. Subway Restaurants and Halo Top Creamery are introducing low-calorie and high-protein milkshakes.
How Some Tahoe National Forest Employees Spent Their Furlough
February 2, 2019 – For 35 days, more than 35,000 USDA Forest Service employees throughout the country were furloughed from their jobs, told not to return to work and would not get paid until the government shutdown ended. Included in this shutdown were more than 300 federal employees from the Tahoe National Forest After the longest-ever government shutdown in U.S. history, many shared experiences of how…