Land & Resources Management

In the field at the symposium

National forests were established to provide clean water sources and continuing forest resources for the nation, while protecting and managing the land for future generations.  With the Chippewa's 102 years of experience. we continue  to actively build links with our communities to protect or reuse our unique resources, reestablish missing or threatened resources, and capitalize on our human resources.  We strive to keep the Chippewa National Forest an active part of larger ecological, social and economic networks in Minnesota and the Forest Service.

Road Study Update - Travel Analysis Report   Now Available (2016)

Forest Management:

Current Timber Sales

Forest Health Workshop Presentations:  2017  |  2016

2010 Black Ash Symposium