Forest explores ways to deliver interpretation and conservation messaging.

During the summer months, Superior National Forest staff look forward to delivering interpretation and education programming to the many Forest visitors.

Minnesota National Forests support western fire effort

Whether within one crew or fire operations across the country, it takes a team to manage wildfire suppression efforts.

Staff work to ensure safe and sustainable recreation opportunities for all

The 2020 spring and summer recreation season looked a bit different due to COVID-19 and the need to prioritize employee and public health and safety.

Superior’s wilderness area world-recognized for its starry night sky

Stargazers seeking an increasingly rare sight, a nighttime sky free from light pollution and twinkling with visible stars — can visit the Boundary Waters Canoe Area Wilderness.

View current conditions in the BWCAW

A webcam on an air quality monitoring system gives a live look into current conditions. Click here to learn more for about air quality in the BWCAW.

Project toward achieving results for wildlife habitat & forest products.

This spring, the Forest Silviculture program undertook aerial seeding of a recently harvested area near Isabella. How many Jack Pine seeds are there in 364 ounces? 

Enjoy improved access thanks to a recent project at Nigh Creek

What do recreation, engineering and hydrology have in common? These disciplines joined forces to restore a section of the Nigh Creek riparian zone and relocate a trailhead. 

Successful partnership to enhance motorized trails on the Superior

After a summer of some serious heavy lifting, an area-wide motorized recreational trail system is much closer to tying together communities in northern Minnesota. 

Volunteer group helps keep the Superior National Forest clean this summer

Four televisions. A twin-sized mattress. Ceiling fans. Clay pigeons. These are just some of items a volunteer group recently hauled out of the Superior National Forest.

WTIP Radio Hosts "Tofte and Gunflint Ranger District Update"

Superior National Forest together with WTIP 90.7 FM Grand Marais community radio is broadcasting weekly updates for visitors planning a trip into the Tofte and Gunflint Ranger Districts.*