The San Bernardino National Forest Association is a non-profit corporation committed to the success of the San Bernardino National Forest as it works to fulfill its mission. The Association will complement and add to the skills and resources of the Forest, involve other partners - individuals, community groups, corporations, foundations, other government agencies, and non-profits - and foster citizen involvement in Forest planning and decision making.
The San Bernardino National Forest Association (SBNFA) formed in 1994 as a 501(3)(c) non-profit organization dedicated to assisting the Forest Service in achieving its mission of "Caring for the Land and Serving People." The SBNFA is most visible through the volunteer programs it manages. Today, the SBNFA is a national model for how public lands managers and private organizations can partner for the benefit of everyone. The SBNFA is most visible through the volunteer programs it manages. In 200, over 775 volunteers contributed 48,265 hours toward caring for the Forest. The goal of all SBNFA programs can be summed up in one statement: To ensure that every visitor becomes a responsible steward of the Forest.
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