American Forests Magazine Fall 2016 CoverExperience how one small town rallied together in support of one another in the midst of the looming threat of wildfire. Come along on a big tree hunter’s journey through one of the most diverse conifer landscapes in the world. And, discover the risky, and oftentimes dangerous, work of the Game Wardens who protect our nation’s public lands.

Plus, enjoy incredible photography of Alaska from our Artist-in-Residence, Chuck Fazio, learn how the retired associate chief of the U.S. Forest Service found her career path to forestry and see a photograph displaying a breathtaking perspective of the towering redwoods.

Download the entire Fall 2016 issue.

Features

  • Thin Green Line: The Heroic Work of Game Wardens

    Discover the risky, and oftentimes dangerous, work of those who protect our nation’s public lands.
  • Conifer Cruising

    A big tree hunter’s journey through one of the world’s most diverse conifer landscapes in the world — Klamath Country.
  • The Fire’s Edge

    How the town of Republic, Wash., rallied together in support of one another during the North Star fire.
  • Escape to Alaska

    Join our Artist-in-Residence on a photographic journey through beautiful Alaska.


  • Web Exclusive

  • Daniel Dey, Research Forester & Project Leader, U.S. Forest Service

    Daniel Dey, Research Forester and Project Leader for the U.S. Forest Service, shares why he dreamed of working for the forest service as well as stories from his years in the field.


  • Departments

  • The Making of a Leader in Forestry

    Mary Wagner, Retired Associate Chief of the U.S. Forest Service, found a unique path through her career in the Forest Service with the guidance of a number of influential people.
  • Our Best Idea

    A word from our president & CEO