Recently, the Tahoe National Forest had a booth at the entrance to the PITS for the American Motorcyclist Association (AMA) Supercross Championships.
More than 400 fourth-grade students discovered the Tahoe National Forest during a visit to White Cloud!
Tahoe National Forest employees in Nevada City stepped away from their regular forest work to spend the morning pulling invasive plants on the popular Sugarloaf Mountain Trail.
After eight years of leading the Tahoe National Forest, Forest Supervisor Tom Quinn will retire at the end of this year.
Tahoe NF has partnered with BSA Troop 266 to educate youth about forest health with a hands-on approach, getting kids in the woods with a Christmas tree cutting expedition.
The Tahoe National Forest’s Truckee Ranger District has been named “District of the Year” by the U.S. Forest Service’s Pacific Southwest Region.
The Truckee River watershed has been designated by the National Forest Foundation as a "Treasured Landscapes-Unforgettable Experiences" site.
On April 23, the Tahoe National Forest kicked off the opening of its campgrounds for the 2015 season with a ribbon-cutting ceremony.
Local, State, and Federal agencies and organizations have been working to reduce the fuels in western Nevada County for many years.
For twenty years, Tahoe National Forest's Yuba River Ranger District has been reaching out to Nevada County Schools to help sponsor a special day for severely disabled students.
Woodsy Owl and his friends from the Tahoe National Forest made an appearance at the Bear Yuba Land Trust’s Kinder Camp at the Burton Homestead on June 26th.
The Tahoe NF was a proud sponsor of SYRCL's 17th Annual Yuba River Cleanup, which included 670 volunteers removing 15,946 pounds of trash within the Yuba and Bear river watersheds.
July 18, 2015 – A wonderful time was had by all at the 18th annual Packer Lake Kids' Fishing Day!
The Tahoe National Forest worked with partners on a new trailhead sign and trails data at Grouse Ridge this summer.
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The Tahoe National Forest and forest partners recently made improvements to the Fordyce Jeep Trail and performed ecological restoration of trouble spots and user-created trails.
Tahoe National Forest has teamed up with partners to explore remote soil moisture sensing and video technology on OHV trails.