The Forest Heritage Center Board of Directors is a non-profit board which oversees programs and ensures that the message of sustainable forestry is conveyed. The fifteen-member board is made up of businessmen and women as well as forestry professionals who work hard for the continued development of the FHC and its programs.
Oklahoma Tourism & Recreation Department owns and cares for the building in which the museum is housed. OTRD staff are the first to welcome guests, with the Cabin Reservation desk located in the front lobby and Assistant Park Manager officed in the building, as well as two meeting rooms available for rent through the park’s reservation office.
Oklahoma Forestry Services provides the Forest Heritage Center’s staff who carry out the day-to-day operations, oversee programs, and maintain exhibits and the museum’s collection. As OFS employees, the staff provides a connection between Southeast Oklahoma and statewide forestry programs.