SAVE A BILLION DOLLARS A YEAR: THE NEW FIRE TRIANGLE SMOKEJUMPER – Publication of the National Smokejumper Association Chuck Sheley A case for  speeding wildfire …
The National Association of Forest Service Retirees (NAFSR) is dedicated to sustaining the Forest Service mission and adapting to today’s and tomorrow’s challenges.
Forest related industries have long played a major role in Montana’s economy – especially in the western part of the state.
A report on plant closures between 1990-2016 – in Idaho and Montana.
Wildland fire suppression costs of the United States Forest Service have risen from $1 billion USD in the fire season of 2012 to $4.5 billion today.