Learning Center

Nature & Science

red_leavesWhy do the leaves change color? Learn why and where you can see fall colors on the Carson National Forest.

Learn more about the Fall Colors

 

History & Culture

Pot Creek is an ancient Anazi occupation site near Taos, NM where you can explore the ancient past of the local Tiwa Indians. Open from late June to early September, the site exhibits a reconstruction of an Anazi dwelling, plus remains of their irrigation system on a on-mile universal access trail.

Learn more about Pot Creek Historic Site

 

Outdoor Safety & Ethics

Cabin where trees have been thinned for defensible spaceWhat are the best practices for camping on the forest? Learn about where you can camp, campfire safety and guidelines, rules and regulations about length of stay as well a other general information to make your stay safe and enjoyable for you and all campers on the forest.

Learn more about Outdoor Safety & Ethics

 

Just for Kids

Smokey BearKids - this site is just for you. learn about Smokey and Woodsy and the lessons they want to share with you to have you help us protect our forests. The forest is your outdoor playground, find out some fun activities you can do outdoors.

Visit Just for Kids



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