Collaborative Forest Landscape Restoration Program
The CFLR Program Celebrates its Five-year Anniversary
In 2015, Collaborative Forest Landscape Restoration (CFLR) Program celebrates its five-year anniversary. This milestone is an important opportunity to assess progress toward program goals—part of that is the 5-Year Report to Congress. A public version of this report is available (PDF, 1.5 MB). The CFLR Program website contains a range of resources supporting the development and findings of the five-year report. Explore the links below to learn more about the program and its achievements.
- Overview: Learn more about the program and how it operates.
- Guidance: Find information about the Treatments for Restoration Economic Analysis Tool and the Risk and Cost Analysis Tool.
- Results: See annual reports, ecological indicator reports, CFLR Coalition reports and fact sheets, and success stories from across the country
- Training: Explore peer learning sessions and select partner publications.
- Frequently Asked Questions: Use the tool to search and find information about the program.
The purpose of the Collaborative Forest Landscape Restoration Program is to encourage the collaborative, science-based ecosystem restoration of priority forest landscapes. The Collaborative Forest Landscape Restoration Program expands collaborative landscape partnerships to:
- encourage ecological, economic, and social sustainability;
- leverage local resources with national and private resources;
- facilitate the reduction of wildfire management costs, through re-establishing natural fire regimes and reducing the risk of uncharacteristic wildfire;
- demonstrate the degree to which various ecological restoration techniques achieve ecological and watershed health objectives; and,
- encourage utilization of forest restoration by-products to offset treatment costs, to benefit local rural economies, and to improve forest health.
- Collaborative Forest Landscape Restoration Program 5-Year Report (PDF, 1.5 MB)
- 2014 Annual CFLRP Reports are available…
- U.S. Forest Service Open Space Conservation (PDF, 4.1 MB)
- Trail Restoration Projects, Volunteers Work Together to Help Enhance Lincoln’s Trail Systems (PDF, 512 KB)
Peer Learning Sessions
The Forest Service with the National Forest Foundation hosts and is recording a series of peer learning sessions about Collaborative Forest Landscape Restoration Program issues. Read more…