Partnerships

Partnerships are at the very core of how the U.S. Forest Service does business. There are partnerships that address almost every aspect of land management, scientific research, and policy related to forests. Our partners include land management agencies across all levels of government, nonprofit and for-profit entities, and communities. Learn more from the USDA Forest Service Partnership Resource Center

Science-Management Partnerships

Central Cascades Adaptive Management PartnershipThe Willamette National Forest has a long history of strong relationships with science-providers in the Pacific Northwest. Through collaborative investigations and regular communication, the best available science is at hand for our resource specialists. Find out about the Central Cascades Adaptive Management Partnership and other science partners at the following links.

National Forest Foundation

National Forest Foundation

The National Forest Foundation (NFF) is the congressionally-chartered nonprofit partner of the U.S. Forest Service. The NFF and its grassroots partners address key challenges to the health of our National Forests and Grasslands. Together, we work on solutions in community-based forestry, recreation, watershed restoration, and wildlife habitat.



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