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Did you know? Get in the flow.  Forests and grasslands that are resilient and adaptive are able to withstand and recover from severe stresses such as...  

Forest Service releases Interactive Tribal Connections Map

Greater Sage Grouse and the Sagebrush Sea courtesy USFWS and Cornell Lab

January is learn to ski and snowboard month. Bring a friend and hit the slopes.

Unmanned aircraft systems (UAS), or drones, may not fly in areas of National Forest System lands that have Temporary Flight Restrictions in place, such as wildfires, without prior approval from the U.S. Forest Service. For more information, visit the Know Before You Fly website.

Need a Recreation Pass? Link to information on various passes available for standard amenity fee sites.  Go Camping! Link to camping information for the Region.  Got a Map? Link to available maps for the Region. 

two women, USFS employees, monitor thinning projectSubmit your application now- Monday, February 8 is the last day to apply 

Every year January - March, the Forest Service hires thousands of temporary (mostly summer) employees for a variety of jobs, most of them in the field. Temporary employees have a very special place within the Forest Service. Most Forest Service career employees started out in temporary positions, including as trail crew, fire lookouts, seasonal biologists, and many more. The Rocky Mountain Region is hiring over 600 temporary positions across 17 national forests and 7 national grasslands located in Colorado, Kansas, Nebraska, South Dakota, and Wyoming.  

Looking for adventure? We will be accepting applications for temporary positions in recreation, fisheries, forestry, engineering, etc. February 2-8. If you are interested in working for the Forest Service - submit your application.

For more information visit: temporary/seasonal jobs in 2016.

January is learn to ski & snowboard month

Never been skiing? or maybe you're just a little rusty. There's no time like January to learn. Bring a friend and hit the slopes.

Know Before You Go - Check out avalanche conditions

Avalanche Education- UtahDo you know how to recognize a potential avalanche, what if you are caught in the middle of one?

Historic Conservation Campaign Protects Greater Sage-Grouse

An unprecedented, landscape-scale conservation effort across the western United States has significantly reduced threats to the greater sage-grouse across 90 percent of the species’ breeding habitat and enabled the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service (FWS) to conclude that the charismatic rangeland bird does not warrant protection under the Endangered Species Act (ESA). This collaborative, science-based greater sage-grouse strategy is the largest land conservation effort in U.S. history. The FWS reached this determination after evaluating the bird’s population status, along with the collective efforts by the BLM and U.S. Forest Service, state agencies, private landowners and other partners to conserve its habitat.

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Cross-Equator Collaboration

Recently, three land managers from the Instituto Chico Mendes de Conservacao de Biodiversidade, traveled to the United States to meet with the U.S. Forest Service.


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