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Sign that reads, Fireworks are illegal on public lands; every forest, evey campsite, every day. Photo of an two girls peeking through wild ferns Photo of kids fishing at a community fishing pond Photo of two children enjoying a horseback ride with adults holding the horses on Yellowpine Nature Trail. Photo of two boys reading a map in front of their tent. Photo of a man and a little girl looking through binoculars.


Fire Prevention Message

Poster of smokey pointing his finger at you; Only you can prevent wildfires. Fireworks and other pyrotechnic devices are prohibited on national forest lands year-round, regardless of weather conditions or holidays. The prohibition is directed at concerns over the potential for fire ignition associated with the use of fireworks on public lands. Campfires should always be attended to and be “dead out” before leaving the area. Care should be taken with all ignition sources: cigarettes, matches, dragging chains and vehicle parts, sparks from chainsaws, etc…

The forecast for the Great Basin calls for hot dry weather:
Great Basin Coordination Center weather outlook
National Interagency Coordination Center weather outlook

Recent News


BLM, USFS Plans for Greater Sage-Grouse Protection


The Bureau of Land Management (BLM) and the U.S. Forest Service (USFS) released final environmental reviews for proposed land use plans that will help conserve greater sage-grouse habitat and support sustainable economic development on portions of public lands in 10 states across the West. The land management plans, developed during the past three years in partnership with the states and with input from local partners, will benefit wildlife, outdoor recreation, ranching and other traditional land uses that rely on a healthy sagebrush landscape.


The Forest Service employs more than 30,000 permanent employees in hundreds of locations across the country. Forest Service employees focus their skills to manage and improve our nation's forest lands in many ways. Many work in forest and range research, some develop the skills of others at our Job Corps Centers and others provide expertise in State and Private Forestry partnerships across the country. If you are as dedicated to advancing our mission as we are, you should seek job opportunites where your skills are competitive.


Forest to Faucets Program

The Forests to Faucets Project identifies areas that supply surface drinking water, have consumer demand for this water, and are facing significant development threats.

Fishlake National Forest Pando Clone

The Pando Clone is an aspen stand encompassing approximately 106 acres on the Fishlake National Forest. This clone (based on DNA testing) is thought to be the largest organism in the world.


Power Line Projects

The Dixie National Forest is the lead forest for three power line projects that will potentially impact all Utah forests. The Forest Service is not the lead agency; BLM is the lead agency.

Fire Danger Level: High


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