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Kelly Kane assists in setting up a GPS database post 9-11.Fireweed growing in forest burned area.Smokey Bear cake being carried on a platter. Giant sculpted Smokey Bear birthday cake at the 7th Annual National Get Outdoors Day Colorado on June 14. The recent mountain pine beetle outbreak in the western United States has dramatically changed forests.

 

 

 

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Looking for a great place to mountain bike or cycle? Bike US

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National Forests offer hundreds of miles of trails and roads to bicycle. Roads winding through the forest can be ideal for cycling and trails take mountain bikers on an exploratory journey. There is something for all abilities...

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This Month in Forest Service History

View September events that have shaped the Forest Service as we are today.

Our Future Forests: Beyond Bark Beetles

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New video series, Our Future Forests: Beyond Bark Beetles, explains bark beetle outbreaks in our forests and shares actions the U.S. Forest Service is taking to respond.