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Working for better management options and cohabitation through compromise and communication for the American Wild Mustang

Wild Horse & Burro Related Contact Information


*new* WH&B Program State Offices and Contacts (pdf)

*new* Washington Office Directory

*new* Other BLM Offices

US Senate General Contact Directory 

*new* USDA Forest Service & Klamath Falls / McGavin Peak Related Contacts:

For postal mail to the Forest Service, U.S. Department of Agriculture
Sidney R. Yates Federal Building
201 14th Street, SW
Washington, DC 20024
Franklin Court Building
1099 14th Street, NW, Suite 5500 W
Washington, DC 20005-3042
Rosslyn Plaza, Building E
1621 North Kent Street
Arlington, VA 22209-2137
Rosslyn Plaza, Building C
1601 North Kent Street
Arlington, VA 22209-2137
USDA Forest Service Wildland Waters
Attn: Cooperative Forestry Staff
Stop Code 1123
1400 Independence Avenue
Washington, D.C. 20250-1123
Email:
ksolari@fs.fed.us
Phone: 202-205-1274      
Forest Service Wildland Waters 
USDA Forest Service
Attn: Office of Communication
Stop Code: 1111
1400 Independence Ave., SW
Washington, D.C. 20250-1111
 
Klamath National Forest Call or write to any of the Klamath National Forest Offices listed below. E-mail may be sent to the general e-mail address below but, due to the high number of e-mail requests there may be a long delay in answering by e-mail.
Klamath National Forest Supervisor’s Office
1312 Fairlane Road
Yreka, CA 96097-9549
Phone: (530) 842-6131
Email: klamathinfo@fs.fed.us
For general email inquiries:
info@fs.fed.us
 
For general phone inquiries:
(800) 832-1355
(202)205-1274
 
Klamath National Forest District Offices:
Goosenest Ranger District
37805 Highway 97
Macdoel, CA 96058
(530) 398-4391
FAX (530) 398-5749
TDD (530) 398-5744
 
Happy Camp/Oak Knoll Ranger District
63822 Highway 96
P.O. Box 377
Happy Camp, CA 96039-0377
(530) 493-2243
FAX (530) 493-1796
TDD (530) 493-1777
Salmon/Scott River Ranger District
11263 N. Highway 3
Fort Jones, CA 96032-9702
(530) 468-5351
FAX (530) 468-1290
TDD (530) 468-1298
 

USDA Forestry Service Contact Information:

 

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