What is the purpose of the forest service?



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    Some of the Forest Service’ many responsibilities is to make the effort to help restore and maintain many of the various types of landscape that can be found throughout the National Parks in the United States and Puerto Rico. The Forest Service was established by Congress with the initial purpose to provide the Nation with quality water and timber.

    Their job now entails the objective of helping others to enjoy the parks, while maintaining the message of conservation and preservation.  The Forest Service holds the motto, “Caring for the Land and Serving People”, in staying true to their motto they are also active in the:

    • Protection and management of natural resources and wildlife throughout the National Parks
    • Maintaining communication and cooperation with State and local governments, landowners, and overseeing the management of activity on public lands (such as the grazing of cattle).
    • Their purpose also lies in helping the diverse range of visitors who come to the park by answering questions, and helping guide tours throughout the parks.
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