Corree Delabrue wins the Forest Service Alaska Region Hakala Award for 2015. Terri Marceron presents the Tree to the U.S. Capitol . The 11th Civil Engineer Squadron helps to unwrap the tree at Joint Base Andrews. Maia Draper-Reich on the MV Ptarmagin. Geri Keh at work on the MV Ptarmigan sharing information with visitors about the glacier. Tree cradle being prepared for the Christmas tree. BBVC Interns Maia and Beata with Smokey at Kid's Fish Day in Portage Valley. Sheila Spores plants trees on Prince of Wales Island. Regional Forester Beth Pendleton and Mandy Villwock. John Schank holding his 2014 “Driver of the Year” Award and standing next to Old #27. Jimena on the lookout for shorebirds at 3 Mile Bay. Researchers discovered a brass strap buckle during the excavation.


Capitol Christmas Tree

Kenworth truck donated to drive the tree cross countryThe Tree will be lit on Dec. 2nd at 1pm Alaska Time

Capitol Christmas Tree Page
Faces of the Chugach Stories
Capitol Christmas Tree on FaceBook


Public Recreation Cabin Rental Rates in Alaska

Point Amagura Cabin on the Tongass NF

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Cabin Rental Rates


Tree Cutting in the Alaska Region

Tip of Spruce Tree

It's time to start thinking about heading out for this season's Christmas Tree. Here is information on harvesting a tree on your Forest.

Chugach Information

Tongass Information

So get outdoors and enjoy a family tradition on the forest.

Alaska Region: Career Adventure I

Abby Lane. Intern with Alaska Region Forest Management.

The Alaska Region offers numerous career opportunities on the Tongass and Chugach National Forests.  On the Tongass there are 10 Ranger District offices, and on the Chugach there are 3. If you are applying for jobs, please take a moment to experience the unique ecosystems that you will be working in that require travel by planes and boats.  See current listing of Alaska Region job openings here...

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Wilderness & Wildlife Events

A quick glance at wilderness and wildlife events and festivals around Alaska in 2015.

Artist in Residence

The Voices of the Wilderness artist residency is a unique opportunity.