okanogan wenatchee national forest
[7/17/18] New Campfire Restrictions in Effect
New campfire restrictions have gone into effect on the Okanogan-Wenatchee National Forest.
The NCWFHC works to advance the aquatic and terrestrial restoration on the Okanogan-Wenatchee National Forest.
Reducing the threat of a megafire through prescribed burning is a focus of the forest service
Applications for this summer’s seasonal jobs are being accepted Tuesday April 3 through Monday, April 9
Forest employees monitor road and trail conditions to ensure they open for public use once they dry out.
Forest Recreation maps are currently available for $10 at the Okanogan-Wenatchee National Forest Headquarters office and at all Ranger District offices until January 1st- then it goes up to $14.
The Chelan Ranger District Office has maps to share with you showing some of the best sites for Christmas Tree hunting.
The damaged roads are spread throughout the Okanogan-Wenatchee National Forest. From the Naches Ranger District – To the Entiat and Methow Valley.
[8/21/17] Diamond Creek Fire At 30,524 Acres
Resources on the Diamond Creek Fire include 10 hand crews, 2 camp crews, 18 engines, 2 helicopters, 1 dozer and 7 water tenders for a total of 382 personnel.
An infrared flight from last night indicates 600-700 acres of fire growth in the Lost River drainage