U.S. Forest Service People

Ranger Clarence Chase showing a jack pine, 1940. A. F. Potter, Associate Forester, U.S. Forest Service. Forest ranger Bryce Ledford uses binoculars at Yellowpin lookout in Sabine National Forest, Texas.

From the Chiefs in Washington D.C. to the rangers and scientists in the field, the U.S. Forest Service has always been the sum of its people. Here you will find biographies, photographs, and writings of the Chiefs and others, as well as insights into life in the field from throughout the history of the U.S. Forest Service.

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