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7 Results for CFLRP in Research
  1. An Assessment of Local Contractor Participation in the Southwestern Crown of the Continent CFLRP Project
    Citation: MCIVER, C. 2013. AN ASSESSMENT OF LOCAL CONTRACTOR PARTICIPATION IN THE SOUTHWESTERN CROWN OF THE CONTINENT CFLRP PROJECT

  2. Measuring the Benefits of the Collaborative Forest Landscape Restoration Program for Local Communities in Northeast Washington
    The Bureau of Business and Economic Research (BBER) at the University of Montana was contracted to conduct a study on the utilization of local contractors by the Colville National Forest through the NEW Forest Vision 2020 Collaborative Forest Landscape Restoration Program (CFLRP) project. The study aimed to identify and measure the opportunities and benefits the NEW Forest Vision 2020 CFLRP project is bringing to communities in the region. The BBER used records of service contracts, timber sale contracts and agreements to characterize the number of local entities (businesses, nonprofits, agencies) involved in meeting the restoration objectives of the CFLRP through the NEW Forest Vision 2020. Chelsea P. McIver is a research specialist in the Forest Industry Research Program at the Bureau of Business and Economic Research, University of Montana.

  3. Collaborative Forest Landscape Restoration: A Meta‐Analysis of Existing Research on the CFLR Program
    Citation: R. Patrick Bixler and Brian Kittler. 2015. Collaborative Forest Landscape Restoration: A Meta‐Analysis of Existing Research on the CFLR Program. Pinchot Institute for Conservation

  4. Visions of Restoration in Fire-Adapted Forest Landscapes: Lessons from the Collaborative Forest Landscape Restoration Program
    This paper explores the complex socio-ecological processes involved in developing a shared vision for collaborative restoration of fire-adapted forest landscapes. Authored by Lauren S. Urgenson et al., the study focused on six CFLRP efforts: the Four Forests Restoration Initiative (4FRI), Selway-Middle Fork Clearwater Project, Deschutes Skyline Landscape, Southwest Jemez Mountains, Southwestern Crown of the Continent, and Tapash Sustainable Forest Collaborative. [Additional keywords: Collaboration, Ecological restoration, Desired conditions, CFLR, CFLRP, Fire-prone forests, Public lands management]

  5. The Collaborative Forest Landscape Restoration Program: A History and Overview of the First Projects. Journal of Forestry
    SCHULTZ, C., JEDD, T., AND BEAM, R. 2012. THE COLLABORATIVE FOREST LANDSCAPE RESTORATION PROGRAM: A HISTORY AND OVERVIEW OF THE FIRST PROJECTS. JOURNAL OF FORESTRY

  6. Colorado Front Range Collaborative Forest Landscape Restoration Project: Social and Economic Monitoring Report for 2011
    Citation: MATTOR, K., NG K., SCHAEFERS, J., CHENG, T., AND TREMBLATT, C. 2012. COLORADO FRONT RANGE COLLABORATIVE FOREST LANDSCAPE RESTORATION PROJECT: SOCIAL AND ECONOMIC MONITORING REPORT FOR 2011

  7. The Four Forest Restoration Initiative (4FRI): The Role of Collaboration in Achieving Outcomes
    This white paper describes the successes, challenges, and evolution of the Four Forest Restoration Initiative (4FRI) collaborative process as told by the stakeholders and U.S. Forest Service staff. The white paper was authored by Bryce Esch and Diane Vosick, and published by the Ecological Restoration Institute, Northern Arizona University. [Additional keywords: CFRL, CFLRP, Collaborative Forest Landscape Restoration Program]

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