Established in 1906, Lolo National Forest is a more than 2 million-acre facility that includes over 20 conifer and hardwood tree species. It features nearly 350 bird, fish and mammal species. The forest is divided into more than five administrative units known as ranger districts that have offices in Missoula, Plains, Seeley Lake and Superior in Montana. Lolo National Forest offers several campsites for recreation, as well as features over 1,500 plant species. Its ecosystem includes western red cedar bottoms and high alpine peaks. The forest also provides trails, wildlife viewing sites and campgrounds. In addition, Lolo National Forest administers a range of educational classes and interpretive programs.