Welcome to the ultimate outdoor classroom. Are you interested in plants, animals, or planning a trip in the forest and need information on how to tread lightly while hiking or camping? Whether you are an experienced recreationist, a conservationist, scientist, teacher or student, you will find helpful information here.
Research has been part of the Forest Service mission since the agency’s inception in 1905. The information and technology produced through basic and applied science programs is available to the public for its benefit and use.
The history of Mt. Baker-Snoqualmie National Forest claims a colorful past of more than a century of controversy, shifting philosophies, policies, or boundaries. Visit this page to continue learning about its history and culture.
Stay safe and have fun by checking current conditions before you head out. Learn more about what to carry in your pack, how to tread lightly and practice campfire safety.
Calling all 4th grade students! With the Every Kid Outdoors program, you and your families get free access to federal public lands. Learn how to get your pass and plan your next trip to your National Forest.
Find conservation education lessons, resources, classroom curricula and activities from the Forest Service and our partner organizations.