The Yuba II Project seeks to reduce the risk of catastrophic wildfire to both forests and nearby communities in the Yuba watershed through a new approach to forest and watershed management.
The U.S. Forest Service and partners have recently completed construction of eighteen wetlands to expand threatened California red-legged frog habitat.
Successful Prescribed Fire Reduces over 700 Acres of Hazardous Fuels, Provides for Emergency Access near Foresthill.
The US Forest Service has released Legacy, a film that chronicles Chinese Railroad Workers’ contribution to the completion of the Transcontinental Railroad.
Keep the family tradition alive this year -or start a new tradition- by cutting a Christmas tree within the Tahoe National Forest.
Questions about dispersed camping? Please read over this important information.
When living in or visiting bear country, become part of the solution and help Keep Tahoe Bears Wild by following the precautions below!
The Oakland Coliseum is functioning as a Mass COVID Vaccination Site…and the Tahoe National Forest has deployed some of our talented wildland firefighter EMTs to help!
Winter trail grooming on the Tahoe National Forest has begun for the season. Click here to see our rec report for important notices, closure information and updates throughout the season
In celebration of the 50th anniversary of Earth Day, we have created a list of 50 of our favorite habitats, species, and areas that exemplify the beauty of the Tahoe National Forest
USFS-Tahoe National Forest is hiring for TEMPORARY FIRE and NON-FIRE positions for the 2021 field season. The anticipated start date for these positions is April, May and/or June 2021.
Firefighters are working hard to minimize the impacts of fire but we are experiencing moderate to heavy smoke conditions. Here is a helpful resource to understand smoke conditions.
We’re all in this together. Help do your part to keep our safe places safe by recreating responsibly and preventing wildfires.