Features

New Forest Supervisor

The anticipation on who the next leader of the Apache-Sitgreaves National Forests (ASNFs) is over.  He’s already on the Forest!  Deputy Forest Supervisor Jim Zornes has been named as the new ASNFs’ Forest Supervisor assuming former Forest Supervisor Chris Knopp’s position, who retired in November 2011.

Wallow Fire BAER

Field assessments documenting resource damages have been completed on Tribal lands and final reports are being prepared.  Burned Area Emergency Response (BAER) team assessments continue and will result in an Emergency Stabilization and Rehabilitation Plan, which will recommend priority actions that will be accomplished in the near future. 

Fires… What to Know Before You Visit the National Forest

For many folks, one of the highlights of visiting the national forests is enjoying a peaceful evening in front of the campfire. Before you head to the woods, however, it's important to know if you can have a fire or not. 

About Our New Website

A new look ~ but that's not all! Our new website is part of a Forest Service-wide effort to move all National Forest websites into this new format. It's a big project! When the move is done, National Forest websites across the country will have a common look and feel as well as organization. This consistency will make it easier for you to find what you're looking for as you travel from one Forest website to the next. Plus, the technology behind the websites will increase our ability to grow our sites to meet your information needs. Even though we are now "live" in the new Forest Service website, we are still moving content from our big old site into this big new website. We've tried to tune our continuing migration work to match your needs.

White Mountain Stewardship Project's Multi-Party Monitoring Board

The Apache-Sitgreaves National Forests and the White Mountain Stewardship Project's Multi-Party Monitoring Board are pleased to share with stakeholders this report entitled "Evaluating the Impacts of Forest Treatments: The First Five Years of the White Mountain Stewardship Project."