Think Alaska in the winter: a large land canvas of powdery, granular or icy snow and days of often very, very cold weather. Follow the link above to read more.
Winter Trek continues through March 26, 2015, weather permitting. For more information on Winter Trek, visit the link above.
Each year millions of visitors ski and snowboard down the snowy slopes of the ski resorts spread across National Forests. Follow the link above to read more.
Fireplace or woodstove embers can remain hot enough to kindle a fire for days. To learn how to properly dispose of fireplace, wood stove or barbecue ashes, visit the link above.
When exposed to extreme cold, your body begins to lose heat faster than it can produce. Learn more about how to prevent hypothermia by visiting the link above.
Since the second week in July, locals and visitors alike have enjoyed the sockeye salmon migration. Follow the link above to read more.
To read the agenda and objection issue summaries for the July 1, 2014 follow-up meeting, visit the link above.
The Forest Service now has an opportunity to manage a national treasure with national monument status, the San Gabriel Mountains.
Day after day we’re seeing more impacts from climate change, and many concerned folks want to know what exactly their government is doing about it. Follow the link above to read more.
Marijuana growing on our national forests causes significant harm to the land, water and animals. Visit the link above to watch the video.
Students from Lake Tahoe area high schools participated in an exciting environmental program this past summer. Visit the link above to read more and watch the video.
Understanding the effects of global warming, especially the amount of precipitation contained in clouds, has been limited by the use of old satellite technology. Read more above.
About 500 people gathered to witness the cutting of the 88-foot, 13,000-pound 2014 U.S. Capitol Christmas Tree on the Chippewa National Forest. Follow the link above to read more.
By employing specially designed heat resistant camera boxes, the agency has been able to document surprising fire behavior. Visit the link above to watch the video.
The International Jr. Foresters' Competition promotes and rewards young scientists for their efforts in the environmental field.