Working Together

The Prescott National Forest works with many partners in accomplishing its mission.  Collaboration and communication with partners helps the forest maintain relevancy with the people and communities it serves and enhances management of public lands.  The role of the Forest Service in this cooperative endeavor is to manage the forest’s natural and cultural 
resources sustainably for current and future generations.

PARTNERS of the Prescott National Forest include: Federal, State, Tribal, and local governments, non-profit organizations, schools, businesses, working farms and ranches, home owners, recreational user groups, and individuals—people like you.  Public input influences the Forest Plan which  prioritizes work and helps shape forest policy. 

VOLUNTEERS fill many important roles: serve as campground hosts; maintain trails, pick-up trash; remove invasive weeds; monitor wildlife, plants, and heritage sites; assist with field surveys; provide office assistance and visitor information; and stewardship of wilderness and wild and scenic rivers. If you are interested in volunteering, please ask!


Useful Links

Prescott National Forest Employment

Volunteering with the Prescott National Forest

Interested in pitching in to help care for your public lands and waterways?  Follow this link to learn how you can make a difference by volunteering!

Contracting with the Prescott National Forest

The Prescott National Forest contracts for many needed goods and services.  Visit Contracting with the Prescott National Forest for more information.