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Applying the Built Environment Image Guide to Administrative Sites

Photo of the Rochester Ranger Station in the Green Mountain National Forest.  The buildings have a rural look and are in a rural setting.The "Built Environment Image Guide (BEIG) for the National Forests and Grasslands" was developed to help Forest Service designers and decisionmakers improve the Forest Service image, better serve customers, and produce transportation systems, sites, and structures that portray an appropriate Forest Service image.

The report, "Portraying the Forest Service Image—Applying the Built Environment Image Guide to Administrative Sites" (0773–2807–MTDC) explains how to apply the BEIG to administrative site improvement and maintenance projects.

For additional information about using the BEIG at administrative sites, contact Kathleen Snodgrass, project leader (phone: 406–329–3922; e-mail:

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