Learn how to be Firewise at home in Alaska.
Help us care for the land and serve people.
Find updates on the initial investments.
Alaska's National Forests could use someone like you!
Add to your enjoyment with a stop at one of several visitor centers.
Find wildlife viewing locations on the Chugach and Tongass National Forests.
Where nature, people, and tradition come together.
A creative learning opportunity for school-age students.
Find special use permit information.
The Chugach National Forest has a new, digital map highlighting winter recreation opportunities on Forest Service land across the Kenai Peninsula.
ANSEP, Alaska Native Science & Engineering Program partners with the Alaska Region.
Hear them in a few Alaska Native languages.
Find a new trail near you. Check conditions before you go.
Fall means mushrooms on the forests. This guide will come in handy.
Make the forest part of your family's story. Find a forest near you on the Discover the Forest website.
An Alaskan Artist-in-Residence program connecting artists with wilderness rangers.
Learn about the Great American Outdoors Act in Alaska.
Fall weather is a reminder to be prepared for emergency situations in the forests.
Public input is sought on a proposed policy change for commercial transportation activities at the Mendenhall Glacier Visitor Center.
Celebrate the birthday of Smokey Bear by learning how you can prevent wildfires.
Learn why you may be seeing more defoliated hemlocks than usual this year.
A 30-minute documentary that explores the connection between wild salmon and life in the Tongass National Forest.
Celebrate the annual spring migration of birds by birdwatching or learning about birds. Visit the World Migratory Bird Day website.
Feb 22-26 is National Invasive Species Awareness week. Learn about invasive plants in Alaska.
Have fun this winter and recreate responsibly.
This guide highlights 50 of the most common wildflowers in Alaska's national forests.
View the 2020 annual report and storymap
View the 2020 annual report.
View Alaska forest health highlights from 2020.
Download one of these apps to help with detection and reporting of invasive species.
What’s the difference between a national park, national forest and national monument?
The Alaska Region’s Strategic Plan documents the key focus areas for the region.
There's plenty of fish in the forests. Find your secret spot.
From groundwater to glaciers, water comes in many forms in the Alaska Region.
Explore the Tongass National Forest in the Shades of Green video series.
Follow the #AlaskaForestHealth Forest Pest Face-off on Twitter.
Special places in Alaska celebrated by the 50th Anniversary of the National Historic Preservation Act.
Equal value land exchange between the Alaska Mental Health Trust Authority and the Forest Service.
A guide to finding the best birding locations across the Tongass National Forest.
Wildflowers are blooming so plan a visit to your National Forest today.
Check out your carrer opportunities now.
Summer is coming and we'd like to help you with planning your Alaska vacation. Use our interactive map to select the location in Alaska that you want to visit.
Springtime marks the annual migration of millions of birds as they make their journey along the Pacific Flyway to Alaska. Join us...