Rocky Mountain Research Station

Welcome to the Rocky Mountain Research Station

Announcing the National Genomics Center for Wildlife and Fish Conservation
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    The USDA Forest Service is announcing the establishment of its National Genomics Center for Wildlife and Fish Conservation in Missoula, Mont. The center is a leading edge facility for advanced genomics research, and it develops new tools and techniques to help managers conserve natural resources.

    View the news release »
    View the Center website »

Webinars & Newsletters

link to Science You Can Use bulletin
Science You Can Use Bulletin: From Watersheds to the Web: Online Tools for Modeling Forest Soil Erosion
Science You Can Use Lunch Date
Webinar: Science You Can Use Lunch Date: Burgeoning Biomass: Creating Efficient and Sustainable Forest Biomass Supply Chains in the Rockies
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Webinar: The Restoration Economy: Cost-benefit Analyses and Payments for Ecosystem Services
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Webinar: Ecological Restoration For All: Environmental Justice in Planning and Implementation
 

What's New

Strategic Business Plan & Framework

link to 2014-2017 Strategic Business Plan
2014 — 2017 Strategic Business Plan
link to 2014-2017 Strategic Framework
2014 — 2017 Strategic Framework

2013–2014 Research Accomplishments

link to research summary

The 2013—2014 annual report features photos and text of some of our most recent and ongoing studies, along with links to more detailed information.

Our research program serves the Forest Service as well as other federal and state agencies, international organizations, Tribes, academia, non-profit groups, and individuals. Research results and products are made available through a variety of technical reports, journals and other publications, and via web sites, webinars, seminars, symposia, demonstrations, exhibits and personal consultations.



Recent Publications

Visit Publications for access to all station publications. Printed copies of all station publications can be ordered free of charge.

For externally refereed publications, visit either