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San Bernardino National Forest Association SBNFA Charity Profile
Since 1992, we’ve worked to complement the mission of the US Forest Service. We develop new resources and partnerships that create new opportunities, particularly through the efforts of volunteers, for conservation, education, and recreation that have added value to the forest’s role as public land.
The National Forest Association is at the heart of making sure our relationship with the forest doesn’t end in disaster. The National Forest Association works to bridge that gap with conservation programs and education that promotes stewardship that adds value to the visitor experience. The goal is to help visitors value the forest itself.
San Bernardino National Forest Association SBNFA Volunteer Information
Volunteering is a strong part of our tradition at the National Forest Association. Through our more than 1,000 volunteers we serve more than 250,000 visitors annually. We couldn’t do what we do without them.
Forest Association staff regards their volunteer peers as fellow workers and we are eager to provide you with appropriate training to make your volunteer activities at the National Forest Association rewarding. As part of the Forest Association volunteer force, you will be effectively and creatively assisting staff in development of the programs and activities through meaningful assignments.