Congress established the Collaborative Forest Landscape Restoration Program (CFLRP) to encourage the collaborative, science-based ecosystem restoration of priority forest landscapes. CFLRP is unique in that CFLR projects take an all-lands approach to forest restoration, and in order to accelerate restoration on the sites, the Forest Service collaborates with other landowners, communities, local organizations, and other agency partners. The National Forest Foundation created this portal in order to assist the organizations, people, and communities involved in the CFLR program by organizing resources that exist across the web in one place. Our goal is to maintain a site that is helpful and simple to use.
This web portal is designed to serve as a one-stop shop for resources, information, training and examples related to the CFLRP.
Regional Networks and Support
- Pacific Northwest: Region 6 CFLRP Network (Coordinated by Sustainable Northwest)
- California: Sierra Cascades All-Lands Enhancement (SCALE) (Coordinated by the Sierra Institute)
- Idaho: Idaho Forest Restoration Partnership
- Southern Rockies and Southwest: Ecological Restoration Institute