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US Youth Conservation Corps near Marshall Peak above San Bernardino

The Forest Service has worked with partners since it was established over 100 years ago. Partnerships in land stewardship reflect a growing and important trend by committed citizens, organizations, and government agencies. 

The San Bernardino National Forest partners with a variety of entities, including nonpofit organizations, State and Federal agencies, educational institutions, businesses, and communities, who actively work with the forest 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 San Bernardino National Forest, contact ODell Tucker, Director of Public Services at (909) 382-2618.