Have you ever heard of a Sparred Owl?

No? Neither had we until recently. Read more about sparred owls on the Shasta-Trinity National Forest.

How the Forest Service Helped Shape our Nation’s Disaster Preparedness Framework

The Forest Service has a long history of responding to emergencies, and not just fires, but also hurricanes, floods, earthquakes and terrorist attacks.

Trinity Divide and PCT Land Acquisition

The Shasta-Trinity & Klamath National Forest recently celebrated the public acquisition of over 10,000 acres along the spectacular Trinity Divide and 17 miles of the Pacific Crest Trail! 

Forest Service Releases Assessment of Current Conditions of Northwest Forests

The US Forest Service released a Bioregional Assessment evaluating the social, economic & ecological conditions & trends of forests in northern California, Oregon and Washington. Discover how we are modernizing our planning processes to meet the challenges of the 21st Century.

Prescribed Fire

Planned fires now reduce the threat of unplanned fires later, help provide community protection and improve forest health.

Post-Fire BAER Burned Area Emergency Response

The Shasta -Trinity National Forest is working with the USDA Natural Resources Conservation Service, Bureau of Land Management, local counties, California Department of Transportation, and other federal, state and local agencies to assess potential post-fire impacts to watersheds burned from the Hirz and Delta Fires.  A Burned Area Emergency Response (BAER) team has assembled and will begin work on an assessment.