Our botany program focuses on threatened, endangered and sensitive plants by surveying, monitoring and managing rare plants and their communities.
The Mt. Baker-Snoqualmie National Forest uses a full range of wildland fire suppression and prescribed fire options to protect, enhance and restore resources and developments within and adjacent to the forest.
Recreation on the Mt. Baker-Snoqualmie National Forest is characterized by easy to access day-use opportunities. Nearly 40 developed campgrounds, more than 1,500 miles of trail, nine wilderness areas and hundreds of accessible lakes, rivers and streams provide visitors with limitless choices for year-around activities.
Skagit Wild and Scenic River
The Skagit Wild and Scenic River System is managed to protect and enhance the free-flowing condition, water quality and outstanding values for which the river was designated, while providing for public recreation and resource uses that do not adversely impact or degrade those values.
Timber management on the Mt. Baker-Snoqualmie National Forest involves growing and harvesting timber and other forest products. Sales of timber and other products are designed to maintain or improve forest resources like wildlife habitat and also to provide jobs and products for people to enjoy.
Timber and Special Forest Product Sales
Timber and forest products information are posted on proposed sales along with the results of the sale auctions.
Look for detailed information about timber and special forest products sales for bid, including bid dates, contacts and sale documents.