Forest Health Protection
Forest Health Protection in the Rocky Mountain Region (Region 2) provides direct support to managers of federal and tribal lands on issues related to forest health, especially insects and diseases. We provide support through site visits, diagnoses, surveys, administrative studies, recommendations, review of management plans, and funding for suppression or prevention of diseases and insects. More info on our mission and activities.
Forest Health Protection provides informal and formal training opportunities. We can arrange informal site visits to explain and demonstrate particular topics and skills as needed, or set up more formal training sessions on demand. For information or to request training, contact the service center in your area.
Several new and revised tools are available.
Instruction is available on the use of these tools as part of our regular hazard tree training, offered annually or more frequently.
Click the link above to view a detailed list of upcoming opportunities and as well as past courses.