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Burned Area Emergency Response Across the RRSNF

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Burned Area Emergency Response (BAER) is an emergency program aimed at managing imminent unacceptable risks to human life and safety, property, or critical natural and cultural resources from post-wildfire damaging events. Read more about the 2018 Fire Season BAER work here!

Rogue River Currents Vol. 2 is Here!

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In this, the 2018 edition of Rogue River Currents, the RRSNF and the Medford District BLM want to share the latest information regarding ongoing projects, staffing updates, and all of the amazing accomplishments the joint-agency river program completed!

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Forest Restoration and the Upper Applegate Watershed

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The purpose of UAWRP is to protect and enhance community and agency identified values by restoring structure and process in the 50,000-acre Upper Applegate watershed. Read more!

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.


Understanding the Fee Changes on Some Recreation Sites

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The RRSNF manages over 100 developed recreation sites. We're looking to the future, and that means making a few changes. Learn more here!

Know Before You Go: Motor Vehicle Use Maps!

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Motor Vehicle Use Maps are available in hard copy, electronic format and mobile app formats! And are required to identify the roads and trails that are available for motorized use!

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PNW National Forests App: Android

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PNW National Forests App: iOS Devices

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