Learn more about premier accessible recreation sites on the Gifford Pinchot National Forest.
Oregon Field Guide story of a unique place that is a lake in the late winter and spring, but drains quickly to form an expansive dry meadow.
Eagle Scout Project Improves New Sign at the Science and Learning Center at Coldwater.
US Forest Service Scientist identify key fungal species that may help explain the mysteries of White Nose Sydrome.
This program created and maintained more than 4,500 jobs and improved the fire-resiliency of forestland near communities.
View historic photos of the Gifford Pinchot National Forest Area!
This is your passport guide to summer FUN and PRIZES while you eat smart, play hard, experience nature, learn and serve.
Gifford Pinchot was the first Chief Forester of the US Forest Service.
This sale consists of trees of insufficient quality for saw timber. In the past, dead trees were burned at costs up to $700 an acre. Instead, it is now sold as biomass.
Come join us Saturday June 29th 10am to 4pm for our Annual Weed Rodeo and help round up some of the invasive plant species at Mount St. Helens.
Sunset Falls Campground is changing from first-come-first-served to a reservation system for most sites. However, Canyon Creek campground still offers nearby first-come-first-served camping.
We need your help to survey the area and identify Mouse-Ear Hawkweed plants. Saturday August 10th 9 a.m to 2:30 p.m.
Watch this dramatic video about all of your Pacific Northwest National Forests.
To read the Columbian coverage and watch video of the blasts click here.