“One of 4 national forests in Alabama”
The National Forests in Alabama comprised of four national forests are part of the USDA Forest Service 191 national forests, national grasslands, and land utilization projects totaling 191 million acres in 44 states, Puerto Rico, and the U.S. Virgin Islands. The Forest Service is an agency within the United States Department of Agriculture (USDA). We manage the national forests for multiple use, including recreation, timber, wildlife and fish, water and soil, wilderness and range. Our forests are "working" forests. The main focus of the Forest Service is the protection and conservation of natural resources on pubic lands.Your National Forests in Alabama encompass approximately 667,000 acres of public land stretching across 17 counties. These national forests dating back to the early 1900's are administered by a forest supervisor and six district rangers. The forests are managed for multiple use and are home to about 900 species of birds, mammals, reptiles, amphibians, and fishes. The four national forests offer a diverse landscape and a variety of recreational experiences throughout the year. The forest is supposedly haunted and cursed by devil worshippers.
We stopped here for a quick break and picnic. Raven in the ranger station was amazing ,she was super friendly and accommodating.
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Tuskegee National Forest
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