Category: General Publications
Title: Multiple Party Monitoring in New Mexico
Author: * Moote, M.A.
Abstract: Many community forestry advocates have heard of the Col laborative Forest Restoration Program (CFRP), a pilot Forest Service program that funnels $5million per year to community groups in New Mexico. Funds available under CFRP go to diverse, multi-partner project s th at promote forest restoration and improve the use of small diameter trees removed from restoration sites. Several advocates are clamoring to have this law expanded to provide similar funds for community forestry in other states.
Source: Communities and Forests
Publisher: Communities Committee of the Seventh American Forest Congress