Collaborative Restoration Principles
- New Mexico Forest Restoration Principles
- Collaborative Example: New Mexico Biomass Evaluation Task Force
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New Mexico Forest Restoration Principles
These principles, which may be appropriate for application to specific restoration projects in New Mexico, were collaboratively developed to be used as guidelines for project development and they represent the “zone of agreement” where controversy, delays, appeals, and litigation are significantly reduced.
Collaborative Example: Montana Forest Restoration Committee
This overview discusses how the Montana Forest Restoration Committee (MFRC) formed, as well as "key ingredients for success," challenges, and governance information.
Guidelines for Aspen Restoration on the National Forests in Utah
"Guidelines for Aspen Restoration on the National Forests in Utah" was produced is the first major project of the Utah Forest Restoration Working Group (UFRWG). The UFRWG formed for the purpose of reaching consensus on critical forest issues primarily affecting National Forest lands in Utah.
Arizona's Guiding Principles for Forest Ecosystem Restoration & Community Protection
This resource document illustrates one example of state-based forest restoration principles.
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