About the Hiawatha Interpretive Association
The Hiawatha Interpretive Association provides the public with interpretative, educational and informational opportunities that add to the public’s use, enjoyment and understanding of the natural, cultural, historical and recreational resources of the forest.
What We Do
We have enhanced enjoyment and understanding of the Hiawatha National Forest, including Grand Island National Recreation Area. We also assist the United States Forest Service by providing financial support to provide the public with interpretive, educational and informational opportunities that add to the public use, enjoyment and understanding of the natural, cultural, historical and recreational resources.
Become a Member
Our members are what keeps us going. They have made a number of significant contributions toward the mission of the Hiawatha National Forest including funding for internships, educational programs, signage for historical landmarks, and more!
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Want to Volunteer?
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