Visit a backcountry paradise only accessible by rail. A Chugach National Forest Ranger leads hikes or explore on your own before catching the train back from the wilderness.
This summer you may see Chugach National Forest employees at recreation sites and along Forest Service roads conducting interviews of visitors...
Every year the Forest publishes its annual State of the Chugach. Find the PDF version here.
Voices of the Wilderness 2016 Artist in Residence, Beau Sylte's film about the Nellie Juan-College Fiord Wilderness Study Area inspires people to explore their public lands.
Check out current happenings on both the Chugach and Tongass National Forests on our blog, myalaskaforest.com. Sponsored by the National Forest Foundation.
Kenai Peninsula-Anchorage Borough and Prince William Sound Resource Advisory Committees request for proposals due May 20th, 2016.
The Chugach National Forest is consistently looking for ways to reduce human-bear conflicts in the Kenai-Russian River area. Click the link for more information.