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Volunteers armed with shovels and picks remove clusters of houndstongue from a high elevation meadow.A group of scouts, congressional office staff, and other partners following the dedication ceremony.Person standing on a snowy peak.

 

Tall red rocks stand in the foreground with mountains in the background

Student Trainee Positions Available 

Opens: 2:01 AM EST, Monday, February 23, 2015

Closes at 11:59pm EST on, Friday, February 27, 2015. For more information the jobs and how to apply.

Temporary Jobs with the Rocky Mountain Region

Beginning February 3, 2015, for recreation, fisheries, forestry and other temporary positions.  Job announcements are open for 7-days. View a listing of current temporary positions in the Rocky Mountain Region of the U.S. Forest Service.  Once you find a position and location of a temporary job you are interested in, you will need to go to USAJOBS.gov to apply.          

Applicants should select only those duty locations where they are prepared to accept a position. The application period will be brief, so we recommend that you prepare your application materials in advance.

Spotlights

Our Future Forests: Beyond Bark Beetles

Image of an adult mountain pine beetle

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.

This Month in Forest Service History

Events that have helped shape the Forest Service in March and April