Welcome to the Caribou-Targhee National Forest

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Caribou-Targhee National Forest occupies over 3 million acres and stretches across southeastern Idaho, from the Montana, Utah, and Wyoming borders.

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**Roads Closed**

Bear Creek Road - Palisades Ranger Distict - A part of the Bear Creek Road from the 058/076 junction (Snake River Road) to the 058/619 junction (Calamity Road), which provides access to the Calamity Campground, Day Use Area, Boat Ramp, and several summer home residences, is closed to all traffic. A significant runoff event resulted in water flowing under the roadway, which eroded the road prism, causing one lane to collapse and undercutting portions of the remaining paved lane.

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American Falls high school student is a moon tree custodian

Woman wearing gloves pours water from a five gallon bucket on the ground near a seedling tree that

In an empty classroom in the agriculture building at American Falls High School, plant sciences teacher Bret Kindall is mentoring student Brianna Morales about what to expect as she will be ceremoniously planting her moon tree.

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National Forest trains with cooperators to combat wildfires

Five people wearing yellow, long sleeved shirts and long green pants using Pulaski tools to dig a di

One week closer to fire season and two steps closer to being prepared for what is shaping up to be a very active fire season. The Caribou-Targhee National Forest worked with cooperating agencies to practice how they will respond to emergencies on federal lands. Learn more about the exercise.

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