Six roads in The Plumas National Forest affected by the 2020 North Complex wildfires in the Feather River Ranger District are back open. Four roads and all of the trails within the forest closure order will remain closed though. The roads reopening will allow... Read More.
In a joint meeting with 20 Supervisors from Lassen, Plumas, Sierra, and Modoc County the US Forest Service detailed their status of operations in Northern California and the Pacific Southwest Region. Regional Forester Jennifer Eberlein along with the Forest Supervisors on the Lassen, Modoc,... Read More.
Modoc National Forest joins the list of implementing fire restrictions on forest service lands. Now through November 30th, the county will restrict the use of open flame fires. You will no longer be able to maintain a fire outside of a designated area, smoking... Read More.
Amid a hot and dry season ahead and current fuel conditions, the Lassen National Forest begins forest-wide fire restrictions. Starting today you will not be able to build a campfire outside of a designated and developed campground, smoking can only be done in a... Read More.
Lassen National Forest reports they are now in Preparedness Level 3. What does that even mean? Typically, two or more geographic areas require significant wildland fire suppression resources from other areas. The National Interagency Coordination Center (NICC) is stepping up moving those resources around... Read More.
There are about 1000 wild horses overpopulating the Devil’s Garden Plateau wild horse territory in Modoc County. The U.S. Forest Service will hold a virtual meeting next week to share updates on the planning process for a scheduled fall gathering. The use of helicopters... Read More.
A road in the Eagle Lake Ranger District of the Lassen National Forest has been closed. The forest road known as Baxter Rd along Baxter Creek has been washed out due to the recent storm systems throughout the region. This is in the Eagle... Read More.
Plumas Forest Service warns you of variable weather this weekend and to be prepared for shifting conditions. Whether you plan a day hiking trip, camping, or fishing trip weather is expected to change throughout the next few days from hot temperatures to strong gusty... Read More.
The Caribou Wilderness will likely remain uncleared of Dixie Fire damage through the year. The U. S. Forest Service reminds visitors that the area was heavily impacted by the fire and burned almost to its entirety. Trail conditions have not been assessed either and... Read More.