Prescribed burning promotes forest health and helps reduce risks to communities
The U.S. Forest Service is revising the Nantahala and Pisgah National Forests Land and Resource Management Plan.
Learn how to stay safe when in the national forests this hunting season.
Each year, approximately 2,500 cords of wood are harvested from the Nantahala, Pisgah, Uwharrie, and Croatan National Forests.
Fees are changing at seven recreation sites in the Nantahala, Pisgah, Uwharrie, and Croatan National Forests for the 2014 season effective May 7.
The children of the Eastern Band of the Cherokee Indians have a new, environmentally friendly building to learn, play and grow.
Spring is a great time to visit the national forests in North Carolina and shake off those wintertime blues.
Rachel Ingram, volunteer intern for the National Forests in North Carolina, describes her experiences teaching students about safety in the national forests.
Children can enjoy one of America’s favorite pastimes during special events being held this spring in the Nantahala, Pisgah, Uwharrie and Croatan National Forests.
The Flintlock Valley Shooting Range in the Uwharrie National Forest has reopened. The range closed in 2010 because of safety concerns regarding stray bullets
Living next to a national forest allows homeowners to enjoy the forest’s scenic beauty, closeness to nature and recreation opportunities.
Read Carolina Connections seasonal update, Spring issue
Learn about a proposal to increase fees or adopt a new fee at seven recreation sites.
The Grandfather Restoration Project is one of ten projects announced by Secretary Vilsack in February 2012, under the Collaborative Forest Landscape Restoration (CFLR) program.
A flash flood is a serious weather event for forest visitors because rising flood water is extremely dangerous—a sudden surge can claim victims in less than one minute.