Success for Collaborative Forest Restoration Program

The U.S. Forest Service is claiming success for its Collaborative Forest Landscape Restoration Program.

They announced that 1.45 million acres of America’s forests and watersheds – an area larger than Delaware – are healthier as a result of collaborative partnerships to reduce the risk of catastrophic wildfires.

The Collaborative Forest Landscape Restoration Program is a groundbreaking approach to improving our nation’s forests, making communities safer and bolstering local economies,” said Forest Service Chief Tom Tidwell.

The Forest Service is anchoring projects across the country with more than 200 local partners to restore our forests and support our local economies.

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