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Landscape Assessment & Management
High elevation white pine
Kerry Britton / USDA Forest Service
High elevation white pine

Research is conducted on restoration strategies for high elevation white pines threatened by blister rust, American chestnut, and native salmonids.

Tools have been developed to help land managers address aquatic invasive species through planning process.

Implementation of landscape scale restoration strategies most often requires an extremely collaborative approach. Examples of such programs where the Forest Service works with partners to implement research findings include the Collaborative Forest Landscape Restoration Program, the Sagebrush Steppe Treatment Evaluation Project, and the Whitebark Pine Ecosystem Foundation.