WV Public Lands Update: July 2021
You’re Invited: Tucker County Rivers Celebration – July 17th
Our Wonderful Mon Listening Sessions – Share Your Thoughts
The Monongahela National Forest is the crown jewel of West Virginia’s public lands. It is home to the headwaters of six major river systems and provides endless opportunities for recreation. WV Rivers’ wants to hear from folks about how they recreate within the Mon Forest. We’re holding informal listening sessions where visitors, residents, and tourists can share their experiences recreating in the forest. We’d love to hear from you!
Upcoming listening sessions, unless specified all listening sessions will be held virtually.
- July 7 – Horseback Trail Riding
- July 8 – Hiking, Camping, & Backpacking
- July 13 – Fishing in the Mon Forest
- July 14 – Hunting in the Mon Forest
- July 15 – Tourism Businesses and Agencies
- July 17 – In-person General Session at WV Rivers Celebration
- July 20 – Trail Runners
Click on the links above to register now for upcoming Listening Sessions. We’ll send you a reminder email before the session begins. We look forward to hearing your thoughts!
First African American to Lead the Forest Service
Monongahela National Forest Access Updates
The Forest Service continues to provide guidance on use of developed recreational sites to keep visitors safe. You can find up-to-date information about access and restrictions within the Mon National Forest here.