The Medicine Bow-Routt National Forests and Thunder Basin National Grassland is committed to working with partners, other agencies, permittees, contractors, and the surrounding communities. The Forest Service offers many opportunities for volunteers, partnerships, advisory councils, and research work and maintains positive working relationships with neighboring tribes.
Find ways to donate your time
Our volunteers are in offices and on the ground, from campground hosting, to trail work, to visitor services. We can help fill your time.
Our partners leverage resources to help us progress in our mission-critical work. Find how you can work with us.
Honoring tribal connections
We are committed to our government-to-government responsibilities as part of our tribal relations programs.
Guiding our work
We gain additional public insight through our committees established through the Federal Advisory Committee Act of 1972. Additional funding and products are supported by Title II of the Secure Rural Schools Act.
How you can help
There are many ways you can provide additional financial assistance through donations that support the Nation’s forests and grasslands.