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U.S. Forest Service Tribal Relations

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Tribal Relations
Tribal Relations

Tribal Relations

The Forest Service will present a webinar to provide an overview of the Community Forest Program, current Request for Applications, share information about the Hall Mountain Community Forest, and answer questions. Read more…
USDA Under Secretary James W. Hubbard, USDA Natural Resources and Environment, addressed FFA tribal youth about land stewardship July 25, 2019. Read more about the meeting…
Santa Fe and Carson National Forests Sign First Ever Joint MOU with Ohkay Owengeh Tribe. Read more about the MOU…
Salmon-Challis National Forest worked with the Shoshone-Bannock Tribes to develop a watershed-based restoration plan for Panther Creek, a tributary of the upper Salmon River in Idaho. Read more about the collaboration…

NEW! National Historic Preservation Act Phasing Programmatic Agreement Webinar Recordings

Tribal information webinars were held over the week of August 26, 2019, to provide an overview of the proposed National Phasing Programmatic Agreement, how to submit comments, and how to engage in Tribal consultation.

NEPA Rule Tribal Webinar Recordings

Tribal information webinars were held on June 24 and July 12, 2019, to provide an overview of the changes in the Proposed Rule for NEPA procedures, how to submit comments, and how to engage in Tribal consultation.

2018 Farm Bill Listening Session, Title VIII: Forestry

Presented on May 15, 2019, the focus of the “2018 Farm Bill Listening Session, Title VIII: Forestry” was on Section 8624: Good Neighbor Authority for Tribes; Section 8703: Tribal Forest management Demonstration project (also known as “638’ contracts). There was also discussion on tribal woody biomass projects authorized by Public Law 115-325 (amending the Tribal Forest Protection Act).

View the recording of the listening session…


Tribal Connections

Tribal Connections is an interactive map that shows the connection between national forests and grasslands, tribal trust lands and tribal lands ceded as part of a treaty. The map is used by the Forest Service as one tool of many to better inform land management decisions.

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.

Current Collaboration & Consultation

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