National Forest Service

Jay Diaz & Lia Ernst: Constitutional rights exist even in our forests

The ACLU of Vermont has received a significant number of complaints about law enforcement actions at the Rainbow Family of Living Light gathering in Mount Tabor.

Forest Service and partners celebrate 50 years of the Wilderness Act

The family friendly fall celebration will be held Sept. 28 from 11 a.m. – 3 p.m. at Middlebury College’s Breadloaf Campus, which is on Vermont Route 125 in Ripton, Vermont.

Forest Service seeks information from the public

During the week of August 25, 2013, significant vandalism occurred along the Long Trail, north of Vermont Route 73 on the Green Mountain National Forest.

Green Mountain National Forest officials extend public comment period for Searsburg wind expansion project

Due to limited functionality of the Forest Service’s web site, Colleen Madrid, Forest Supervisor for the GMNF decided to extend the public comment period.

VPIRG asks members to press National Forest Service for Searsburg wind farm extension approval

Moore: The Forest Service is required by law to consider your comments so please make your support known. The comment period ends on this Friday! Please click here to tell the Forest Service why you support the wind farm.