Conduct innovative demonstrations and education in forest management including silviculture, habitat diversity, logging methods, hydrology, resource protection, and recreation.
Provide forestry education opportunities for the public, forest landowners, the educational community, the media, natural resource professionals, and environmental groups.
Develop interpretive resources to help Forest visitors understand the various coast redwood forest communities and the basics of forest land management.
Establish a volunteer program to assist Forest staff in providing forestry interpretation for visitors.
Provide suitable public access and parking.
Plan for a Forestry Education Center to be designed and constructed to serve as the Forest's focal point for demonstration and education activities.