About the Forest
As one of 155 Forest Service units charged with carrying out the agency's mission, Hiawatha National Forest manages a wide portfolio of uses that provide far-reaching benefits for the American public and the Nation's natural resources. This series of feature stories highlights the various contributions of the Forest to local communities, the economy and the environment.
Lying adjacent to three Great Lakes makes the Hiawatha special -- abundantly unique habitats for wildlife, plant species, recreation opportunities, and outstanding visuals, wildlife viewing, and scenic vegetation. Click on above title for full article.