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FSEEE: Forest Service Employees for Environmental Ethics

Forest news and updates!

Forest Service employees and citizens working together to protect our National Forests

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Volunteers working on the Great Eastern Trail have contributed thousands of hours to the project.

The U.S. National Forests have a long history of support by volunteers. Working on projects in your local forests is a great way to stay connected and informed about forest issues. Below are some links that will help you locate volunteer opportunities in your area.


Click here for the official Forest Service volunteer page.


Passport in Time is a volunteer program for archaeology and historic preservation program of the Forest Service. This website explains the program and lists available projects and includes information about the application process.


Here’s a handy site for information, including the application process, for volunteering in your National Forests.


You can search for a range of government volunteer opportunities at this site. The search can be filtered by agency, keyword, state or type of job.


FSEEE Newsletter

Forest News - Summer 2016
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"Seeing the Forest" Video

Watch the FSEEE documentary video chronicling how one National Forest evolved from valuing only the trees to seeing the entire forest.


Online Library

Download FSEEE's Guide to Free Speech and more.


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