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Connecting People with their National Forests
Interpretive Resources for California’s Stanislaus, Sierra, and Sequoia National Forests
Three Forests Interpretive Association [3FIA] is a non-profit educational organization that helps to inform and educate visitors to California’s Stanislaus, Sierra, and Sequoia National Forests. Our goal is to aid in promoting an appreciation and understanding of these forests, and to assist the US Forest Service in its mission to conserve these public lands. We publish and distribute books, brochures, maps and other materials relating to the human and natural history of the Sierra Nevada. Profits from these activities are used to help the Forest Service fund a wide range of interpretive and educational programs, contributing to the public’s appropriate use and enjoyment of these precious resources. 3FIA believes that an informed public can aid in the conservation mission of the Forest Service.
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Stay connected to your forests. Our blog includes information on forest stewardship, interesting places to visit, and new interpretive projects for visitors to the Stanislaus, Sierra, and Sequoia National Forests. VISIT OUR BLOG >>>
Three Forests Interpretive Association mourns the loss of longtime board member, Forest Service icon, and friend Harry McClellan who died September 27th. Born in Santa Barbara, California, October 9, 1940, Harry “Punky" McClellan moved to the small community of Ojai,...
So much of who we are is the result of our early education. Our National Forests are a source of wonder and an inspiration for young imaginations. While experiencing the forest in person is wonderful way to learn about our public lands…
3FIA has now made printed maps for the Stanislaus, Sierra, and Sequoia National Forests available for sale online from our Shop Page. Choose from US Forests Service maps, the popular Tom Harrison Maps, and select maps from the National Geographic Trails Illustrated series.
3FIA helped to collect contributions that were used to make improvements on the Mono Creek trail in the Sierra National Forest. Donations for funding were made to honor the life of Herb London, long-time proprietor of the Mono Creek Pack Station.