This 1992 installment of America’s Great Outdoors, an educational video series produced by Image Communications in cooperation with the US Forest Service, profiles Sabine National Forest in East Texas. Narrator John Eastman describes how and why the national forest were created as well as some of its natural attractions, such as Toledo Bend Reservoir and Indian Mounds Wilderness Area. Please note, the video ends before the conclusion of the installment.
The US Forest Service is part of the US Department of Agriculture. The agency manages approximately 650,000 acres of public lands in Texas, including Davy Crockett National Forest, Sabine National Forest, Angelina National Forest, and Sam Houston National Forest as well as the Caddo and Lyndon B. Johnson National Grasslands. The Texas offices for the US Forest Service are located in Lufkin.