Logo for the 2018 National Pollinator Week

Celebrating Pollinators

Since 2010, Pollinator Week has been a time to recognize the importance of pollinators and the impact they have on our environment, and more importantly, on our way of life. The USDA Forest Service is heavily involved in supporting pollinators in the way we manage our lands to act as habitat for these invaluable creatures, and in promoting their health and resilience.  Honeybees are the most prolific animal pollinator—but pollinators range from insects like butterflies, wasps and ants, to mammals like bats, and even birds. Click on the following links to learn more about the fascinating world of pollinators.

Pollinator Fact Sheet
 

Western Washington pollinators. Who are they & what do they want?
   

Bumble Bees of the Eastern United States
  

Simple Truth: We cannot live without them
   

Welcome to the Kisatchie National Forest

As Louisiana's only National Forest, the Kisatchie is comprised of over 604,000 acres, spread over five Ranger Districts from central to north Louisiana. Whether it is hunting, fishing, camping, hiking, biking, canoeing, kayaking, swimming, horseback riding, or nature viewing through the forest, there is an activity for you. It's your forest, EXPLORE IT! 

 

Spotlights

2017 Recreation Fee Change Proposal

The U.S. Forest Service is asking for your input...

2017-2018 Hunting Rules, Regulations and Schedules

The Louisiana Department of Wildlife and Fisheries (LDWF) has released its 2017-2018 hunting regulations booklet.

 




2017-2018 Catahoula & Red Dirt Permit

2017-18 Catahoula & Red Dirt National Wildlife Management Preserve Permit.

2017-2018 Motor Vehicle Use Maps Available

2017-18 Motor Vehicle-Use Maps available online.



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