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A Partnership is a voluntary arrangement between the Forest Service and others to accomplish objectives that are beneficial to all of the partners.

This Toolbox is part of a process to improve our partnership program and make it consistent across the Forest Service.

  Partnerships Toolbox

Photo of a bagpipe player standing in front of the Bend Guard Station.

Dave McEldery, Plains/Thompson Falls RD, Lolo NF, plays the bagpipes for Passport In Time Volunteers at the Bend Guard Station.

Photo by C. Milo McLeod, Lolo Archeologist.

Forest: Lolo
District: Thompson Falls
Region: 1

What is a Partnership?

Why Form a Partnership?

Authorization

Who Can I Partner With?

The Guidebook On Partnerships

Partnership Rules

Ways To Enter Into Partnerships

What Is the Timeframe for Entering Into a Partnership?

Examples of Current Partnerships

References/Links

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