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  • Adaptive Management Area Network Homepage- Adaptive Management Areas are landscape units designated to encourage the development and testing of technical and social approaches to achieving desired ecological, economic, and other social objectives. Ten areas ranging from about 92,000 to nearly 500,000 acres of federal lands have been identified in western Oregon and Washington and northwestern California.
  • cleanwater.gov, Restoring and Protecting America's Watersheds - a unified federal policy for ensuring a watershed approach to federal land and resource management.
  • Cooperative Extension & Research Programs - an ongoing research, extension and public outreach program focusing on Wood Durability, Fire Mitigation, and Woody Biomass Utilization on the University of California's Forest Products Laboratory.
  • Fort Lewis College's Community & Ecosystem Stewardship - assists rural communities, state, and federal agencies by facilitating and coordinating project planning and stewardship.
  • Human-Environment Research Laboratory - a website of the University of Illinois at Urbana Champaign. The mission of the Lab is to generate information about human-environment relationships to guide policy, planning, and design of environments.
  • San Juan Public Lands, Plan for the Future - a joint effort of the U.S. Forest Service and Bureau of Land Management covering some 2.5 million acres of National Forest and BLM lands in southwestern Colorado for the next 10 to 15 years.

Non-Governmental Organizations

  • Forest Engineering Inc. - provides solutions to complex forestry problems. Forest Engineering Inc. designs and implements a variety of techniques for forestry operations to meet physical, economic, and environmental goals. They also offer a wide variety of training for people involved in the areas of planning, engineering, and the operation of harvesting systems.

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  • USDA Forest Service Cooperative Forestry - the Cooperative Forestry Staff of the Forest Service works with States, private landowners, and other partners to promote healthy forests and livable communities throughout the United States. Our programs and partnerships help private landowners and rural communities care for their forests, strengthen local economies, and maintain a high quality of life.
  • Large Scale Watershed Restoration - link to Forest Service website with information regarding ongoing large scale watershed projects on the National Forests. These projects involve 16 major watersheds in the United States. The goals of these projects are natural resource conservation and watershed restoration.
  • Forest Products Laboratory (FPL) - the Forest Products Laboratory (FPL) in Madison, Wisconsin, with more than 250 scientists and support staff conduct research on expanded and diverse aspects of wood use.

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  • Indigenous Community Enterprises, Navajo Hogan/Roundwood Manufacturing Project - developing culturally compatible housing & employment opportunities in Native American communities through the restoration of traditional use lands.
  • Forest Engineering Inc. - provides solutions to complex forestry problems. Forest Engineering Inc. designs and implements a variety of techniques for forestry operations to meet physical, economic, and environmental goals. They also offer a wide variety of training for people involved in the areas of planning, engineering, and the operation of harvesting systems.

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