Welcome to the Rogue River-Siskiyou National Forest
The Rogue River-Siskiyou National Forest is home to scenic rivers, remote wilderness, critical fisheries, abundant wildlife, unique plants, & dramatic landscapes.
Find Your Inner Rogue!
Find your new favorite spot. Broaden your horizons with the Interagency passes. And make sure you're prepared, safe, and being the best steward you can be for your National Forest lands!
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Christmas Tree Permits Available November 9th: Multiple Options are Available for Purchasing!
Release Date: Dec 4, 2023
As Winter Weather Approaches, Gate on Bear Camp Road Closed November 30
Release Date: Nov 29, 2023
For the past 20 years, the Lomakatsi’s Tribal Ecological Forestry Training Program has provided training to hundreds of participants, through partnerships with tribes and tribal communities, with the goal of building workforce capacity to conduct forest and aquatic restoration and resiliency work across ancestral lands.
View the Tribal Hands on the Land film highlighting a year-long program where 15 tribal young adults ages 18-26 earned professional certifications and accomplished over 1,000 acres of forest restoration activities across tribal trust, federal, municipal, and private lands.
The Rogue River-Siskiyou National Forest has supported, and benefitted from, this innovative training program as a long-standing partner with Lomakatsi.
IMTs are called in when an incident has become too large for the local unit to handle with their own resources. What next?
2023 Rogue Currents Newsletter
It's finally here! 2023 Volume 4 of the Rogue Currents Newsletter has arrived!
Learn More: Blue Ledge Mine Public Health Assessment
Blue Ledge is a former copper and zinc mine (1904-1930) in the Rogue River-Siskiyou National Forest. Learn more about why this site is a Superfund Site, designated in 2011.
A Fed Bear is a Dead Bear
"A fed bear is a dead bear" isn't a cliche statement; but a reality when peoples' behaviors habituate black bears. Be a part of the solution.
The RRSNF’s Approach to “Good” and “Bad” Fire
The following includes excerpts taken from an article authored by Murray Taylor and featured in the December 2021 edition of Wildfire Today.