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Snow has arrived in southern Oregon! Whether you're heading out on downhill or cross country skis, a snowmobile, a sled or snowshoes, there are plenty of snowy adventures to be had on the RRSNF!


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Choose Your Own Adventure

The Rogue River-Siskiyou National Forest is a varied, magical landscape that takes visitors from higher-elevation conifer-dominated forests nearly to the Pacific Ocean, and has some of the most incredible biodiversity in the country! We invite you to come visit--and to explore numerous opportunities for playing outdoors.

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Recent News


Roots to Shoots: Three Million Seedlings Transplanted at the RRSNF Nursery

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The amazing, flexible, adaptive, and hard-working J. Herbert Stone Nursery staff recently took on a huge task in completing the transplanting of 2.8 million seedlings. Learn more about this feat!

Not Even Bear(ly) a Trace

Paddleboarding the Rogue

Hiking or floating the Lower Rogue River means you're in Black Bear Country. Do your part to protect both you and the bears on your visit to their home!

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Basically, Awesome: The Medford Airtanker Base

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Not every community has an airtanker base in its backyard!

Life as a Rappeller

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There is a certain kind of person that is willing to work hard to avoid being ordinary.


Why Does the Forest Service Conduct Prescribed Burns When It’s Hot and Dry?

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Learn More: Prescribed fire is one of the most important tools used to manage fire today.

Tales from the Fireline

Tales from the Fireline: Buckets the Dog

There are heartening stories that we talk about during ongoing fire suppression efforts. Here are a few of our favorites from 2018.

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