Skip to main content
U.S. flag

An official website of the United States government

Subscribe
Displaying 41 - 50 of 871
A picture of a forest worker clearing brush near a forest road area.

As temperatures begin to signal winter, Forest Service districts are starting planned fire operations to clear low lying tree debris that will reduce hazardous materials. While images of firelines
A picture of the U.S. Capitol Christmas tree lit up in front of the U.S. Capitol.

For over 50 years the USDA Forest Service’s Christmas gift to the nation, the US Capitol Christmas Tree, has inspired the imagination of millions. Standing elegantly at the base of Capitol Hill on the
A picture of a Forest Service employee and a SalmonSuperHwy worker looking at their project work.

The Joint Chiefs' Landscape Restoration Partnership between the Forest Service and Natural Resources Conservation Service aims to restore landscapes, protect water quality, enhance habitat, and reduce
A picture of two wildland firefighters on top of a mountain area wearing their wildland firefighting gear and equipment.

Centuries ago, indigenous people inhabited the land from coast to coast. They knew what scientists confirm today: Frequent, low intensity fires on the landscape are not just important to reducing the
A picture of a family of three carrying a tree in a forested area.

After the leaves have fallen and the cold weather settles in, national forests and grasslands continue to offer memorable experiences for those willing to bundle up and find them. When Jacob Fenolia
A picture showing Cabe working on nursery or garden area.

Across the U.S., there are 574 federally recognized Native American nations. Each one has a unique culture, language and land management approach. Most have cherished relationships with plants and
A picture of a large crane standing up the cut Capitol Christmas Tree.

When a fir tree is as tall as an eight-story building – 84 feet high to be exact – it really needs a name. So that’s exactly what the Six Rivers National Forest did by unofficially naming the massive
https://www.fs.usda.gov/features?forest_grassland=All&topics=All&year=all&page=4