Working Together

Working Together


Becoming a partner or volunteering on the Sequoia National Forest can be a rewarding and educational experience. Today's partnerships in land stewardship reflect an expanding, and important trend. Many government agencies work in concert with private citizens and community organizations to improve and enhance Forest Resources and achieve social and economic objectives.

There are many opportunities for community members to work in partnership with the Sequoia National Forest. Members of the public and community organizations can help with education, outreach, recreation activities, restoration, land stewardship, research, technology, trail maintenance, OHV areas, stewardship, community service projects, and youth and scout projects, to mention only some of the possibilities.


For information on how you can participate in the management of your public lands as a volunteer. Help the Forest and your community by becoming a Volunteer!


View partnerships with the Forest Service and Sequoia National Forest.


Interested in becoming a contractor with the Forest Service? Follow this link for more information on becoming a contractor.


Interested in available grant opportunities? Follow this link to grant opportunities through the Forest Service.

Advisory Committees

Information on groups helping steer community development and planning in and around your public lands.

Tribal Relations

Go here to find out more about Native American groups working with the Sequoia National Forest.

Penny Pines Program

The Penny Pines program helps reforest after catastrophic fire and beetle kills.  It is a way that you can give back to the forests you love by helping a whole plantation of trees grow anew!