Restoring ecosystems at a landscape scale and across all lands - federal, state, tribal, and private - is an important goal for many collaborative groups. Landscape restoration projects are often designed to address a variety of issues, such as wildfire threats in the wildland-urban interface, climate change, insects and disease, and other forest health and watershed risks. Through initiatives such as the Collaborative Forest Landscape Restoration Program, Chief's Joint Landscape Restoration Partnership, Stewardship End Result Contracting, and large-scale NEPA analysis, the Forest Service and collaborative partners are working together to move forward at a larger scale. The peer learning sessions, tools, and resources below were developed to support and encourage landscape restoration.
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