Collaborative Forest Landscape Restoration Program
Complete Commitment to Restoration
The purpose of the Collaborative Forest Landscape Restoration Program (CFLRP) is to encourage the collaborative, science-based ecosystem restoration of priority forest landscapes.
12 Additional CFLRP Projects Announced
A total of $31 million made available through a combination of annual appropriations and funding from the Bipartisan Infrastructure Law will fund an additional twelve projects in eight states in Fiscal Year 2022. Taken together, these landscapes cover 17 million acres – an area larger than the size of West Virginia. With three ongoing projects, the total number of currently funded CFLRP projects is now fifteen. See the press release for the announcement and project list.
Call for new CFLRP Proposals
Please visit the Overview web page for details on the call for new CFLRP proposals announced March 2022.
CFLRP Results & Lessons Learned Summary Series
Interested in learning more about lessons learned from 10 years of CFLR Program implementation? The summary series provides brief, 2-3 page summaries for each of six CFLRP learning themes: Restoration of Priority Landscapes, Wildfire Risk Reduction, Community Benefits, The Collaborative Approach, The Science-Based Approach (Multi-party monitoring), and Leveraging Resources.
- Collaborative Forest Landscape Restoration Program 10-year Report to Congress (.pdf, 1.15 MB)
- Report Released! “Strategies for Success Under Forest Service Restoration Authorities”
- Collaborative Restoration resources and learning through CFLRP now available on the CFLRP Resource Library
- CFLRP helps support local rural economies while improving forest health
- Wildlife after Wildfire in Southern Appalachia
- Results from the 2016 Collaborative Restoration Workshop
- Collaborative Forest Landscape Restoration Program 5-Year Report (.pdf, 4.4 MB)