The United States is well known for its epic set of National Parks but the National Parks only make up a small fraction of the publicly owned land in the United States. The Federally owned land is split between several federal agencies based on that what and how the land is to be preserved and protected. One of these agencies is the U.S. Forest Service under the U.S. Department of Agriculture. The Foresty Service’s primary job is to manage our National Forest for the present and future use. Here is a complete list of US National Forests. How many National Forests are there in United States? There are 152** areas…
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