Welcome to the Helena-Lewis and Clark National Forest!
In December 2015, the Helena and the Lewis and Clark National Forests consolidated, and are now known as one combined forest: Helena-Lewis and Clark National Forest. To help be more efficient and minimize confusion, we are consolidating our forest websites.
How this impacts you? LOOK HERE (www.fs.usda.gov/helena/) FOR ALL HELENA-LEWIS AND CLARK NATIONAL FOREST INFORMATION!
For more information visit the Helena-Lewis and Clark National Forest migration page.
Helena National Forest Projects
Need some help finding the Forest's "Projects" page? Current forest project documents and maps can be found on the Projects page. To get there, click on the "Land and Resource Management" link in the left-hand column, then click on "Projects" and then find and click on the specific project in that list.
Helena-Lewis & Clark National Forests Plan Revision
The Helena and Lewis & Clark National Forests have begun revising their Forest Plan. This section provides information on the Forest planning process and how you can learn more and become involved. Visit the Forest Plan Revision page.
Featuring displays, exhibits, guided tours and historical photo galleries, this modern interpretive center provides visitors with a fun opportunity to learn about a pivotal period in our national and cultural history.
Giving YOUth a Voice!
How we manage our national forests impacts how future generations will enjoy their public lands! We want to know what our Montana Youth have to say about our Forest Plan Revision process and proposals. Check out our Giving Youth a Voice webpage, specifically for YOU--our younger forest users--to learn about the forest and how it's managed. Take part in how YOUR national forest is managed today, tomorrow, and into the future!
Every Kid in a Park
Every Kid in a Park (“Every Kid”) is a nationwide call to action to inspire every young person across the country to visit our national parks, forests, public lands and waters. All fourth graders are eligible to receive a pass that allows free access to federal lands and waters across the country for a full school year!
Find out more about Every Kid in a Park
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After providing your email address, you can subscribe to the Forest’s project mailing lists and any categories of interest. By selecting a category, the Forest will automatically sign you up for all current AND future project mailing lists that share the same interest.