Working Together

 

Group walking on forest road during a Hairstreak Butterfly training

There are many different kinds people and organizations that help the Forest Service take care of our public lands and watersheds.

Plant-a-Tree Program

The Plant-a-Tree Program provides a way for individuals and groups to have trees planted on a National Forest to memorialize loved ones or honor births, weddings, anniversaries, or other special events while helping to improve the environment.

Travel Analysis Process (TAP)

Timber Lake Job Corps Civilian Conservation Center

The mission of Forest Service Job Corps Civilian Conservation Centers (JCCCCs) is to train eligible youth, ages 16 to 24 with educational, social and vocational skills, while assisting in the conservation of the Nation’s public natural resources.