NCFS employees dispatched to Oregon wildfire receive hospitality from personnel who assisted on the Party Rock Fire in N.C. in 2016Read More
Applications now being accepted from qualifying N.C. volunteer fire departments for wildland firefighting supplies until Oct. 30, 2020Grant Details & Application
Were your trees damaged during the recent storm? We've gathered helpful resources for who can help, assessing the damage, natural disaster impacts on trees, salvage logging, legal & regulatory guidance, safety considerations and even tax implications.Information
The North Carolina Forest Service is accepting tree seedling orders as part of its annual saleNews Release
Record visitation seen at public lands during COVID-19 pandemic; public reminded to maintain social distanceNews Release
North Carolina's forest land is one of the greatest influences on the state, providing economic value and adding immeasurably to the quality of life for its residents. The forest products industry is the largest manufacturing business sector in the state, contributing approximately $31.4 billion annually to the state's economy and providing around 144,000 jobs for North Carolinians. The NC Forest Service's primary purpose is to ensure adequate and quality forest resources for the state to meet its present and future needs.