National Forest

National Forest may refer to:

  • United States National Forest, a classification of land
  • National Forest (England)
  • National Forest (band), a British band
    • National Forest (album), debut album by National Forest

Other articles related to "national forest, forest":

Lemhi National Forest
... Lemhi National Forest was established as the Lemhi Forest Reserve by the U.S ... Forest Service in Idaho on November 5, 1906 with 1,344,800 acres (5,442 km2) ... It became a National Forest on March 4, 1907 ...
Cooperative Funds Act - Federal Acts
... agreement which could result in the use, obligation, or other commitment of any Forest Service resources ... accept money received as contributions toward cooperative work in forest investigations or protection, management, and improvement of the National Forest System ... protection, improvement, reforestation, and such other kinds of work as the Forest Service is authorized to do on lands of the United States (a) on state, county, municipal, or private land ...
Sheridan State Scenic Corridor
11-acre (4.5 ha) property, containing an old-growth forest, is located on the south side of Interstate 84 at approximately milepoint 42.5, and was not accessible by motor vehicle since I-84 was built in 1960 ... lot, completely surrounded by I-84 and the Mount Hood National Forest ... replaced the old road, cutting off access except through the national forest ...
Scott Mountains (California) - Recreation
... The range is within sections of the Klamath National Forest and Shasta-Trinity National Forest ... Campground, is at the Scott Mountain summit in the Shasta-Trinity National Forest section ...

Famous quotes containing the words forest and/or national:

    For Nature ever faithful is
    To such as trust her faithfulness.
    When the forest shall mislead me,
    When the night and morning lie,
    When the sea and land refuse to feed me,
    ‘Twill be time enough to die.
    Ralph Waldo Emerson (1803–1882)

    ... the Wall became a magnet for citizens of every generation, class, race, and relationship to the war perhaps because it is the only great public monument that allows the anesthetized holes in the heart to fill with a truly national grief.
    Adrienne Rich (b. 1929)