The Modoc National Forest is located in the northeastern part of California.
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Campground hosts needed

Blue Sky and snow covered hills surround Blue Lake.

The Forest Service is looking for people to serve as Campground Hosts at Blue Lake Recreation area/Campground in 2017

2017 Temporary Hiring

The YCC crew builds a log bridge through a low lying wet area for a trail crossing.

Interested in working for the Forest Service the summer of 2017?

The linked document shares the Modoc National Forest and Pacific Southwest Region 2017 hiring schedule for temporary seasonal and summer jobs in Series GS-0102 and all WG/WL for the 2017 season.

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Wild horse adopted, brought home

Shows small black Devil's Garden gelding after adoption at his new home ion Davis Creek

Devil’s Garden mustang adoptions began last week. One was a blue roan yearling gelding adopted by Tessa Glaze of Davis Creek, CA. She named him Tuffy.

Modoc firefighters assist South

Shows a Modoc National Forest engine while on loan to Sands Fire 2016

Modoc Fire Management Officer Lance Noxon said, “This is an unprecedented event for the Southeast Region and we are fortunate to be in a position to provide assistance.”


Wildlife guzzlers replaced

Volunteers install new guzzler on Devil

California Deer Association volunteers recently installed three wildlife guzzlers on the Modoc National Forest Devil’s Garden and Doublehead ranger districts.

Juniper reduction

Shows juniper stand after reduction project

Western juniper has long been a component of the Great Basin landscape. However decades of fire suppression has allowed the juniper to encroach upon and dominate vast areas...

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