Partners invite you to be part of our ongoing enjoyment and improvement of Tennessee’s very own national forest. The Partners of Cherokee National Forest, a 501 (c) 3 non-profit, and a member of the Public Land Alliance, supports a variety of activities and events throughout the only national forest in Tennessee, the Cherokee National Forest (CNF). And with shrinking federal budgets, there is more work to do within the Cherokee National Forest! We are looking for more Partners. Will you walk with us as we answer the call?
Going out? Put on a sweatshirt that celebrates the largest public natural area in Tennessee. Available now at District Ranger Offices in the Cherokee National Forest: Supervisor’s Office – 2800 Ocoee St. N., Cleveland TN 37312 / Ocoee Ranger District – 3171 Hwy 64., Benton TN 37307 / Tellico Ranger District – 250 Ranger Station Rd., Tellico Plains TN 37385 / Unaka Ranger District – 4900 Asheville Hwy SR70, Greeneville TN 37743 / Watauga Ranger District / 4400 Unicoi Drive, Unicoi TN 37692 / (Waterfall photo credit: Brian Solomon)
We are Partners with You!
The mission of the Partners is to provide the public with current information about issues and resources related to the Cherokee National Forest. We are also directly involved in work projects in various locations within the Forest.
The non-profit Partners of Cherokee National Forest work year-round to promote appreciation, enjoyment, and use of one of America’s greatest national treasures. Each year over two million people visit the Cherokee Forest. You can support the Forest and its activities by becoming a Member and/or a Volunteer.
Here is a list of the type of work we engage in