The mission of Priest Community Forest Connection is to bring communities together by fostering relationships between nature and society with the focus on forest education, recreational opportunities, and restoration programs. Through this mission, we strive to create a future where forests remains sustainable, are cherished and protected through knowledge and inspiration, for todays world, and tomorrows generations'.
The PCFC has 3 action goals:
(1.) To promote community education and collaborative processes concerning local land issues;
(2.) To implement ecosystem health restoration opportunities;
(3.) To help provide for a sustainable natural resource and recreation based economy within the local region.
Reinforcing our Commitment
The Priest Community Forest Connection is partnering with the Idaho Panhandle National Forests (IPNF), the United States Fish and Wildlife Service (USFWS), the Kalispel Tribe and others to complete projects such as Hughes Aquatic Restoration Project, a landfill restoration site, the Lakeface-Lamb Project, along with many others.