Working together is crucial to managing national forest resources.
Restoring Olympic National Forest ecosystems to be more resilient provides multiple public benefits, such as increased carbon storage, improved air and water quality, and stronger community partnerships.
We collaborate with partners on projects to meet multiple goals and match mutual interests, coordinating and integrating restoration activities to improve terrestrial and aquatic habitat diversity across the peninsula.
For more information about partnerships with the Forest Service visit the Partnership Resource Center. Or contact a national forest representative.
Discover our dynamic community partnerships focused on the health and restoration of three important watersheds in the Olympic National Forest area: the Calawah, Dungeness, and Skokomish.
Read about Secure Rural Schools and the Community Self-Determination Act of 2000. Find current Olympic Peninsula Resource Advisory Committees information here.