Current CA Wildland Fires (Type 1 and Type 2) are listed in the table below along with their InciWeb information link

InciWeb information Link

Unit

Dixie Fire

Lassen National Forest

KNP Complex

Sequoia National Forest

Wildfire Information

Traveling and Recreating in a Burned Area   |  Learn about Current Wildfires  |  View Fire Situational Awareness Map  |  Resources for employees impacted by fire   |   InciWeb
 

Virtual Services

This office has moved to virtual services. Visit our Recreation Site Status Map and FAQ's for answers to many common visitor questions. If you need immediate assistance or have any questions, please call 707-562-8794.

Versión en Español

Los servicios de esta oficina son virtuales. Visite el Mapa de Estado Actual de Sitios de Recreación y Preguntas Frecuentes del visitante. Si necesita atención inmediata, llame al 707-562-8794 (inglés únicamente).

Find Recreational Opportunities

Please visit the forest website for details on the exciting recreational opportunities that await you there.

 

Tribal Relations

Tribal Relations.

We strive to be in the top tier of federal land managing agencies in partnering appropriately and collaboratively with American Indian and Alaska Native Tribal governments and communities for mutually beneficial outcomes.

Learn more about Tribal Relations

Adventure Pass

National Forest Adventure Pass

This is a pass to use designated sites and areas of the Angeles, Cleveland, Los Padres and San Bernardino National Forests. Visitors to these four forests will be required to display the Pass in their vehicles when using the Forest for recreation purposes. The Adventure Pass is a local regional pass, required only on the four forests listed above.

View an interactive map of Recreation Fee Sites in Southern California

Pack Stock Center of Excellence

Pack Stock Center of Excellence

While pack stock use boasts a long history within the Forest Service, it is becoming a vanishing skill. While pack stock resources have declined, Region 5 established the Pack Stock Center of Excellence in 2013, recognizing that pack stock is a valuable traditional tool for wilderness management and that skills and resources in the Region were diminishing.

Learn more about the Pack Stock Center of Excellence

Nature's Benefits

Nature's Benefits

California's 18 National Forests provide Nature's Benefits (or Ecosystem Services) that positively impact people's lives. Ecosystems are human, plant, and animal life-support systems that provide a suite of benefits vital to human health and livelihood.

Learn more about Nature's Benefits | View video on YouTube

Ecological Restoration: Engaging Partners in an All Lands Approach

Ecological Restoration: Pacific Southwest Region

Our goal is to retain and restore ecological resilience of the National Forest lands to achieve sustainable ecosystems that provide a broad range of services to humans and other organisms. This goal is based on a commitment to land and resource management that is infused by the principles of Ecological Restoration and driven by policies and practices that are dedicated to make land and water ecosystems more sustainable, more resilient, and healthier.

Learn more about Ecological Restoration

Tree mortality in California

California Tree Mortality.

High numbers of hazard trees in our forests and around communities, campgrounds, along roads, trails and utility corridors pose a significant threat to communities if a wildfire breaks out in the affected areas. Tree mortality in California crosses all land ownerships; government, citizens and private industry are working together to mitigate hazards and create more resilient forests.

More information: https://www.fs.usda.gov/CATreeMortality.

Recent News


Features

Forest News Video Series

Introducing ‘FOREST NEWS’ a new video series exploring National Forests in California. In the first episode, ‘California Fire Intensity,’ we examine the combination of factors that exacerbate wildfire intensity and behavior including fuel, wind, terrain, and drought. Thanks for watching!

Spotlights

Firefighter protects the home of the president who granted him US citizenship

A Hispanic firefighter stands next to his fire engine parked in the driveway of a ranch.

A stretch of U.S. Highway 101 was closed as crews raced to extinguish an active fire, which threatened historic ranchettes, like Ronald Reagan’s 688-acre property.  

New Facebook Page for California National Forests!

The title of the new California National Forests Facebook Page and a photo of firefighters is shown

Region 5 has a new Facebook page! Like and follow us at: www.facebook.com/CaliforniaNationalForests

 




Announcing the 2021 U.S. Capitol Christmas Tree Tour

2021 U.S. Capitol Christmas Tree

We invite you to take part in a series of special events taking place in communities along the Capitol Christmas Tree's route from California to Washington D.C.!

Crews take mule train into Sespe

A man rides a horse and leads a string of mules in the wilderness.

On April 14, 2021 two strings of pack mules of eight animals apiece left a trailhead north of Ojai, carrying tools and supplies for a major trail project in Sespe Wilderness.



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Conservation Finance

Conservation Finance


Nature's Benefits: National Forest in California.

Nature's Benefits

 

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