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U.S. Forest Service Tribal Relations

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Tribal Relations
Tribal Relations

Tribal Relations

Welcome to the Forest Service Office of Tribal Relations (OTR) website! Find out about what the OTR does, opportunities for Tribes, the Forest Service consultation schedule, and other relevant information for Tribes. If you have questions, please feel free to contact any of the OTR Staff members…

The Office of Tribal Relations celebrates Native American Heritage Month with a film series connecting employees to American Indian stories. Read more on our blog…
Alaska Tribal village of Angoon members help rebuild ancient bridge on Admiralty Island National Monument as part of a Tongass National Forest and Youth Conservation Corps partnership. Read more at the USDA blog…
The Karuk and Yurok Tribes partner with the Forest Service and others to re-establish biodiversity through agroforestry. Read more at the USDA blog…
The Leech Lake Band of Ojibwe lead festivities celebrating the harvest of the 2014 U.S. Capitol Christmas tree on the Chippewa National Forest. Read more at the USDA blog…
Office of Tribal Relations Estelle Bowman (Navajo) poses with Tribal women at the recent celebration of the Wilderness Act's 50th anniversary. Read more on our blog…
Wabanaki Native youth learn traditional knowledge and science through camps and Forest Service internships. Read the Tribal Relations Fall newsletter (PDF, 2.4 MB)…

VISION: The Forest Service is recognized as a leader among Federal land management agencies in partnering appropriately and collaboratively with American Indian and Alaska Native Tribal governments and communities for mutually beneficial outcomes.

Location: http://www.fs.fed.us/spf/tribalrelations/index.shtml
Last modified: 15:03:38 21-Nov-2014