Eagle Lake Ranger District hosts Open House and Easter Egg Hunt

Older folks will get to meet the new Ranger at the Eagle Lake Ranger District Open House and Friday, March 29, while the youngsters get to meet Smokey Bear and search for Easter Eggs.

According to a statement from the ELRD, ” enjoy the fun, The Lassen National Forest, Eagle Lake Ranger District, is hosts an open house for all ages, rain or shine, from 1 to 3 p.m. Friday, March 29, at the Eagle Lake Ranger District Office, 477-050 Eagle Lake Road, Susanville.

Meet the new District Ranger, Bobette Jones. talk with our natural resource specialists and learn more about our local wildlife, recreation opportunities, archaeology, wildland firefighting, our forest management and current and upcoming projects on the Eagle Lake Ranger District.

Have you ever wanted to explore wildland fire engines, buggies or the tracked equipment we use to navigate deep winter snows? Come explore with us and hang out with Smokey Bear. Learn what you can do to help prevent wildfires.

Easter Egg Hunts will be held for three age groups, with one special “Golden Egg Grand Prize” winner in each of the three groups: ages 4 and under, ages 5 through 9, and ages 10 through 15.

Don’t forget to check out our visitor center and see the interpretive displays and information at our front desk while you’re here. To find out more information about this open house or the Eagle Lake Ranger District, call us during regular business hours at (530) 257-4188.

“I am excited and grateful to have the opportunity to serve as District Ranger for Eagle Lake Ranger District where I started my career with the Forest Service as a seasonal employee years ago. I look forward to meeting you, and sharing ideas on how we can work together to be good stewards for our public lands for present and future generations,” Jones said.

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