Incident Contracting with the Federal Government
Want to contract with the Forest Service for fire and other all-hazard incidents?
Ongoing Trail Restoration with BAER funds
Trail restoration after recent fires is ongoing along the Middle Fork of the Feather River.
Bald eaglet safety – temporary campground closure
Nesting bald eagles protected with a partial campground closure through July 15, 2021 in the vicinity of Little Grass Reservoir.
New Bucks Lake Wilderness/Pacific Crest Trail Kiosk
Hikers will see a new interpretive kiosk near the southern edge of the Bucks Lake Wilderness, showcasing the Pacific Crest Trail and the history of the Bucks Lake Wilderness.
Help us develop a master trails plan linking our communities on public lands within Plumas, Sierra, Butte and Lassen Counties!
Historic Gravesite Restoration on the Plumas National Forest
Twenty-four volunteers helped Forest Service archaeologists on the Plumas National Forest (PNF) survey for pioneer graves in Plumas and Sierra Counties.
Trails bring student crews together
The Bucks Lake Wilderness has pristine mountain lakes, breath-taking vistas, and the Pacific Crest Trail. But it also is the best rendezvous place for aspiring youth stewardship leaders.
Sly Creek Dam access road temporarily closed
Forest Service road #21N16 remains closed following heavy rains in early March 2016. The surface of the road suffered extensive erosion, as did the underneath and on the slope below.
Field Days Prep Students, Volunteers to Fight Fire
Local high school students alongside volunteer firefighters met near Portola and Quincy for three field days that gave them the chance to experience a day in the life of a firefighter.
PG&E Power Shutdowns
Pacific Gas & Electric Company Public Safety Power Shutoffs-Your Plumas National Forest visit may be affected.
Butterfly Valley firewood gathering
A special firewood gathering opportunity is available as part of a fuels hazard reduction project within the Butterfly Valley Botanical Area on the Plumas National Forest.
Feather Falls Recreation Area facilities temporarily closed for construction
The Feather Falls Recreation Area, including area, trail, overlook, campground and parking lot, is closed for the foreseeable future due to active fire activity and fire damage.
Butte Resource Advisory Committee
We’re looking for nine qualified volunteers from our Butte County communities to be members of our Butte resource advisory committee. Applications due - May 15, 2020.
Feather River Ranger District Collaborative
The Feather River Ranger District has formed a new collaborative.
Links to some excellent websites for smoke information.
California Air Resources Board
USDA's Summer Food Service Program
Plumas National Forest Botanists James Downey and Bridger Cohan provided outdoor education to children.
Plumas National Forest trains teens to be forest caretakers
Caring for the more than one million acres of scenic mountain lands in the Plumas takes an enormous amount of time and energy, which happen to be two things teenagers have in abundance.
PNF Firewood Permits
Free 2021 personal use firewood permits will be available/valid until December 31, 2021. Stay warm this winter and prepare for next!
Biological invaders: the American bullfrog
The American bullfrog (Lithobates catesbeianus) is native to the eastern United States and Canada.
Prescribed Burns Vital to Forest Health
While prescribed burns tend to reduce the risk of catastrophic wildfire, prevention isn’t the only reason they’re used, or even the primary reason.
Summer interns choose Plumas National Forest for life-changing experience
Up before the dawn. In the summertime. This is the life of interns from Feather River College working on the Plumas National Forest.
Forensic dogs locate and protect history
The February edition of the Root Cellar Preserves, a publication of the Sacramento Genealogical Society, highlights the unique contributions of forensic dogs on the Plumas National Forest.
Backcountry Discovery Trail
This 150-mile-long discovery trail is a perfect place to begin your explorations of the Plumas National Forest!
Be Bear Aware
Due to dry conditions, the Beckwourth Ranger District is observing an increase in bear activity. All people in bear-populated areas should be “bear aware” and exercise caution.
Snow Play on the Plumas National Forest
The winter forest offers something for everybody. Miles of winter trails and wide vistas await the snow lover on the Plumas National Forest.
Plumas NF firefighter jobs available
View all job information at www.usajobs.gov; applications due May 13. Call Marty Senter at (530) 927-9894 with questions about hiring process.
Plumas NF Over-snow Vehicle Use
Those whom have previously submitted written comments about the project may file an objection during the objection period which began 08/21/2019 and runs for 45 days. More …
Chris Carlton has joined the Plumas National
Chris Carlton has joined the Plumas National Forest as the new Forest Supervisor.
Walker Fire Information
For information about the Walker Fire please go to https://inciweb.nwcg.gov/incident/6568.
New FireWorks educational program for the Sierra Nevada
Plumas Unified School District (PUSD) science teachers are using an exciting new fire science curriculum to ignite students’ passion for science.
FireWorks on the Plumas National Forest
Teachers from the Plumas Unified School District (PUSD) had their passion for science ignited during a recent workshop that introduced the new FireWorks Curriculum for the Sierra Nevada.
The Plumas National Forest has embarked on efforts to restore public lands impacted by the Storrie, Rich, and Moonlight Fires.
Greenville HS Students Travel through Geologic Time
Greenville High School students take a geologic journey back in time near the Indian and Spanish Creeks on the Plumas National Forest!
Greenville HS Students Continue Reforestation
Greenville High School Natural Resource Academy continued their restoration work on the Moonlight fire area with the planting of an additional 700 native conifer seedlings on 4 acres. View PDF File
Kid’s Creek Forest
The “Kid’s Creek Forest” in the eastern portion of the Delleker “T,” near Portola, CA, will soon be delineated by a fence and designated with formal signage.
Forest Service & Boy Scouts clean pioneer cemetery
The old Seneca Cemetery received a facelift courtesy of Plumas National Forest (PNF) employees and Boy Scout Troop 130 of Quincy, CA.
Students’ carpentry project rises to new heights
For juniors at Greenville High School, woodshop class is an opportunity to invest in the long-term health of their national forest.
Please join us to discuss the Pacific Southwest Region’s over-snow vehicle desig
Forests included are the Lassen, Tahoe, Eldorado, Stanislaus, and Plumas National Forests.
Sierra Buttes Stewardship Trail Days
Listen to Bob Gabe explain Trail Etiquette
Did you ever wonder what to do when a hiker and biker meet face to face on the trail?
Motorized Travel Management
Motorized vehicle use maps (MVUM) are now available for the Plumas National Forest.
Bear-safe food lockers installed at Little Grass Valley Reservoir campgrounds
Bear-safe food lockers are being installed at Little Beaver (loops A&B), Red Feather and Running Deer Campgrounds.
FS Employees Provide Lifesaving Aid
Six Plumas National Forest employees were recently recognized by the Pacific southwest Regionl Forester, for their life-saving actions.
More fires mean less funds for local USDA Forest Service projects
Funding for suppression efforts.
Student Trail Crew assists in Moonlight Fire Restoration
High above the floor of Indian Valley, near the town of Taylorsville, the rhythmic sound of picks and shovels displacing earth echoes across the tree-covered slopes of Keddie Ridge.