Images above of participants from the annual 4H camp in Logan Valley, learning GPS/Geocaching, about native birds and how to look for artifacts.
National forests are the ultimate "outdoor classroom," with natural processes and human activities interacting in all sorts of interesting ways. In this section of the web site, you can learn more about local history, find out how best to behave in the outdoors, and find resources for your own teaching or classroom.
- Maintaining fish and wildlife habitat is an important part of our multiple-use management job. The Malheur National Forest supports 324 species of fish and wildlife including one of the largest herds of Rocky Mountain elk in the nation.
- Explore the history of the Malheur National Forest. We have a large collection of historic documents, maps, and photos that describe the rich history of the forests in the Blue Mountains, dating back to the early 1900's.
- As a visitor to the Malheur National Forest, you are asked to follow certain rules designed to protect the forest and the natural environment, to ensure the health and safety of visitors, and to promote pleasant and rewarding outdoor recreation experiences for all visitors.
- Fun activities Just for Kids!
- Information about educational resources available for parents and teachers is available.