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A small waterfall in a part of a river known as Cleo's Bath.
The Forest Service and partners work to protect the Stanislaus Forest as part of the Wildfire Crisis Strategy
Stanislaus National Forest

For many residents of California’s Bay Area and surrounding communities, the Stanislaus National Forest is their first interaction with a forest, an alpine lake or even a campground. Located between
An adult brown bear resting along the rocky bank of a stream.
New, sturdier food lockers help keep campers and wildlife safe
Stanislaus National Forest

For many seasoned campers, camping protocols and best practices are second nature. From preparing food in a fire ring to safely emitting waste, veteran campers ensure a safe environment for humans
Engineer, Kevin Hernandez, facing away from the camera, shading his eyes from the sun with his left hand, looking off into the distance from atop a hill overlooking a city.
Forest Service engineering careers can take you to new heights

[Editor’s Note: This feature recognizes Engineers Week, Feb. 19-25, meant to ensure a diverse and well-educated future engineering workforce by increasing understanding of and interest in engineering
A wildland firefighter with a propane bottle and torch, burning a pile of fallen branches under the snow.
Shasta-Trinity National Forest

Snow melts and becomes water, and the newly heated water becomes vapor as piles of dry wood and other plant debris start to burn slowly when firefighters, one after another, dip their drip torches