Forest Management

Who We Are

The Forest Service is strongly committed to the management of the National Forests in an environmentally sound manner. The agency's top priority is to maintain and improve the health, diversity, and productivity of forest ecosystems for the enjoyment of current and future generations.

The Forest Management Staff is part of the Forest Service's National Forest System Deputy Chief area. The Forest Management staff provides national direction and support for the agency regarding forest management program and forest products support and information.

Contact Us

USDA Forest Service
Forest Management
Sidney R.Yates Federal Building
3rd Floor Southwest
201 14th Street, S.W. at Independence Ave., S.W.
Washington, DC 20250

Phone: (202) 205-0893
(202) 205-1495 - After-hours voicemail contact number.

Include "Forest Management Web Mail" in the Subject line of your message.

Forest Management Service Center

The Forest Management Service Center (FMSC), located in Fort Collins, Colorado, is a sub-staff of the Forest Service National Forest System (NFS) Forest Management Staff, Washington Office. The FMSC is staffed with biometric and mensuration specialists possessing skills not available at most regional and forest level offices and is considered an extension of each region’s technical staff. The Service Center provides mensuration, statistical, modeling, biometric, sampling, and analysis skills to the Forest Service and also cooperates and works in partnership with other government agencies (federal, tribal, and state), research, colleges and universities, forest industry, consultants, and individuals in the United States and other countries.

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