Recreational Shooting on Your Forest
Learn about recreational shooting regulations, safe practices, and shooting etiquette on National Forests.
Eagle Watchers - Skagit Wild & Scenic River
This is an introductory video about US Forest Service Eagle Watchers program along the Skagit Wild & Scenic River and what it means to be an Eagle Watcher teaching visitors about the Skagit River Bald Eagles.
A Day My Boots - Law Enforcement
Discover a day in the life of a US Forest Service Law Enforcement law enforcement officer. Learn about "Who they are, What they do and Why."
Do it Right: How to Poop in the Woods
Learn the right way to go to the bathroom in the woods. When do you need to pack it out? When and where should you bury your business following Leave No Trace principles?
Spring is here! Enjoy the season in all its glory on this virtual tour of forest wildflowers with recommended hikes.
Asian Pacific American Heritage Tour of the Iron Goat Trail
Japanese American Veterans, Densho and Wing Luke Museum members go on an interpretive hike visiting the Iron Goat Trail on the Mt. Baker-Snoqualmie National Forest.
Asian Pacific American Heritage Tour of Monte Cristo Townsite
Japanese American, Densho and Wing Luke Museum members go on an interpretive hike visiting the Monte Cristo townsite on the Mt. Baker-Snoqualmie National Forest.
Winter is here! Come out and snowshoe, ski or snowmobile. Enjoy the peace and quiet, but don't forget to bring warm clothes and extra hot chocolate.
Fall is here! Enjoy the season in all its glory on this virtual tour with recommended hikes.
Migratory Bird Festival 2012
North Cascades Institute and the Forest Service have created the annual Migratory Bird Festival to make nature and cultural history come alive for students from Seattle and Mt. Vernon, Wash.
Visit Your Pacific Northwest National Forest
Experience a virtual tour of eight national forests in the Pacific Northwest. The region contains 17 National Forests, a National Scenic Area, a National Grassland, and two National Volcanic Monuments within Oregon and Washington.
Hike, Bike and Boat
Every May brings fresh faces outdoors to the annual hike, bike and boat event on the Mt. Baker-Snoqualmie National Forest, and this year was no different as 121 youth from eight groups from around Seattle attended.
In the Wilderness - Dress for success
Even if you are only taking a short hike in the forest, it is always a good idea to dress for success. Volunteer Forest Service Wilderness Ranger Brad Allen tells you how.
Outdoorsman and long-time Forest Service volunteer Pat Ellis lists the 10 essential items you need to take with you when you go hiking on the Mt. Baker-Snoqualmie National Forest.