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If you're looking for a lot of green, head to these National Forests.
St. Patrick's Day has us all thinking green. Our National Forests may not always look green but they're certainly doing 'green' things all year round. In honor of the holiday, we selected some of our National Forests where you're most likely to see green.
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Mushrooms play an important role on our National Forests.
Mushrooms support a thriving economy. Wild mushrooms are popular fan-fare in gourmet restaurants across the country, and if you're a fan of wild mushrooms, you may have noticed that they're more expensive than the typical mushroom you buy in a grocery store. Morels , for example, can sell for ...
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Have you checked out our new website?
Launched this month, our new website features a fresh look for popular pages such as the blog and Find a Forest, while introducing new components like a collaboration tool search and case studies. We designed the new site to inspire and also inform Americans about their National Forests.
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See which waterfalls made our list of "Fifteen National Forest Waterfalls Not to Miss" -http://www.nationalforests.org/blog/fifteen-national-forest-waterfalls-not-to-miss
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A great article from the Washington Post about how important it is to expose kids to nature and what better place to do so than on our National Forests!
Nature is important for, well, everything. Here is how to get out and about with your children.
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ICYMI: The Capitol Christmas Tree is on its way to Washington D.C. from Minnesota's Chippewa National Forest. http://ow.ly/DLzeT
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South Dakota's Black Hills National Forest is preserving the past. #SouthDakota #history
National Forests across the country are full of historical places. On South Dakota's Black Hills National Forest, the Forest Service, volunteers and numerous organizations have stepped up to preserve important places for future generations. Start planning your trip back in time on the Black ...
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If you're planning that once-in-a-lifetime trip to #Alaska, check out our favorite Forest Service cabins that'll make for an incredible experience! #cabins #camping
Are you planning that once-in-a-lifetime trip to Alaska? We've got the insider scoop on the best places to experience the wilderness of Alaska. Our largest National Forest in the country, the Tongass, includes more than 100 cabins available to rent. At 17 million acres, you'll truly feel ...
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Keep a few things in the mind the next time you're looking for a hiking buddy. #hiking #outdoors
Going for a hike is a great way to enjoy our National Forests, and enjoying a hike alongside a great hiking partner can make trip even better. So what should you look for when choosing a hiking partner? Below are a few things I think about when deciding who to join for a day on the trail.
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Did you know wolverines thrive in high elevations in the winter? Learn more! http://ow.ly/DZhyn
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Beavers are pretty powerful. Check out a recent article in the New York Times about what they're up to these days. http://ow.ly/DZheV
Their dams were once obliterated by dynamite and bulldozers, but beavers are getting new respect these days as a defense against the withering impacts of a warmer and drier climate.
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Do you receive our e-newsletter? You should! Sign-up for free today: http://www.nationalforests.org/connect/treemail (photo: Stanislaus National Forest)
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Founded by Congress in 1991, the National Forest Foundation works with the U.S. Forest Service to care for these natural treasures for the millions of visitors they receive each year and for you, and those who come after you.
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The National Forest Foundation brings people together to restore and enhance our National Forests and Grasslands. As the nonprofit partner of the U.S. Forest Service, we engage America in community-based and national programs that promote the health and public enjoyment of the National Forest System. We also administer private gifts of funds and land for the benefit of the National Forests.
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National Forest Foundation Building 27, Suite 3, Fort Missoula Road Missoula, MT 59804