The George Washington and Jefferson National Forest partners with Trout Unlimited to complete a project improving stream health.
The National Wild Turkey Foundation awarded the Forest the “Making Tracks” award in conservation achievements.
The RAC works with the forest and partners to improve conditions via projects that provide local jobs, restore landscapes, enhance recreation, combat invasive species and engage youth.
The Forest Service manages the national forests for multiple uses. We aim to protect, restore, and enhance forest ecosystems.
We host the Flatwoods JCCC, a career training program where young people can complete their high school education, train for meaningful careers, and gain assistance obtaining employment.
The Appalachian mountains host the headwaters of the Chesapeake Bay watershed. Forest restoration supports healthy communities and ecosystems throughout the watershed.