The Angeles National Forest partners with a variety of entities, including nonprofit organizations, State and Federal agencies, educational institutions, businesses, and communities, who actively work with the ANF staff in the stewardship of the forest.  Together they achieve goals such as restoring habitat, conducting research for use in adaptive management, revitalizing communities, enhancing opportunities for recreation, engaging new citizens stewards, and resolving conflicts over resource management.

To learn how you can become a partner with the Angeles National Forest, contact your nearest Forest Service Office.

Complete list of Partner/Volunteer organizations


Angeles National Forest Plant-A-Tree Program

A donation to the Plant-A-Tree program is one way to partner with the Angeles National Forest in restoring areas burned by wildfire, rehabilitating riparian areas, or improving wildlife habitat or recreation areas in need of vegetation diversity.  Angeles National Forest Plant-A-Tree Brochure (PDF) (HTML).

Penny Pines Program

The Penny Pines Program was initiated in California in 1941 and is still used today.  It is a statewide conservation program supported by individuals and organizations.