The Angeles National Forest is located in the south western part of California.
Where is this Forest?

 

Working Together

Becoming a partner or volunteering on the Angeles National Forest can be a rewarding and educational experience. Today’s partnerships in land stewardship reflect an expanding, and important trend. Many government agencies work in concert with private citizens and community organizations to improve and enhance Forest Resources and achieve social and economic objects. There are many opportunities for community members to work in partnership with the Angeles National Forest. Members of the public and community organizations can help with education, outreach, recreation activities, restoration, land stewardship, research, technology, trail maintenance, OHV areas, stewardship, community service projects, youth and scout projects to mention only some of the possibilities.

For Information on how you can actively participate in the management of your public lands by becoming a partner or a volunteer, click on the Volunteering and Partnerships links in the left sidebar OR contact your nearest Forest Service Office. 

Help the Forest and your community by becoming a Volunteer!

Help the Forest Plant trees in areas that need to be restored after fire damage.....Become a Partner!

Interested in becoming a contractor with the Forest Service? Follow this link for more information on becoming a Contractor.

Interested in available Grant Opportunities? Follow this link to Grant opportunities through the Forest Service.

Highlights

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    Information and News on Fire activity. Fire Information is also available at the Forest Supervisor's Office (626) 574-1613.
Angeles National Forest Volunteer Project

Angeles National Forest Volunteers


Know Before You Go!

Know Before You Go!