Partnerships


Points of Pride

  • The partnership we have between the employee union and management, and our highly-effective Superior Partnership Council.
  • Our proactive and long-term response to the fuels hazard created by the July 4, 1999, windstorm that blew down a half-million acres on the Forest.
  • Active relationships with State, local and tribal governments and a wide range of interest groups, as exemplified by our role in the Minnesota Forest Resources Council.
  • The Boundary Waters Canoe Area Wilderness - a million-acre jewel that is unique in the National Forest System, and our well-recognized efforts to manage and protect it.
     

Features

Heart of the Continent Partnership

An island in the Heart of the Continent area

The Heart of the Continent Partnership is a Canadian/American coalition of land managers and local stakeholders working together on cross-border projects that promote the economic, cultural & natural health of the lakes, forests and communities on the Ontario/Minnesota border. From out of a broad collection of separate entities, the partnership is developing a common identity & sense of belonging.



https://www.fs.usda.gov/main/superior/workingtogether/partnerships