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Category: General Publications

Title: Breaking Barriers, Building Bridges: Collaborative Forest Landscape Restoration Handbook

Author: * Dubay, C.T., * Egan, D.

Subject: Ecological Restoration

Abstract: Breaking Barriers, Building Bridges: Collaborative Forest Landscape Restoration Handbook explores the various barriers to landscape-scale, collaborative forest restoration and the innovative ways to bridge those barriers. The handbook, which is published by the ERI, features a foreword by Dr. W. Wallace Covington, chapters about collaboration, ecological economics, planning and NEPA development, multi-party monitoring, implementation, and adaptive management all within the context of landscape-scale forest restoration projects across the American West. It also chronicles pioneering ventures in large-scale, collaborative forest restoration and the emerging process that stakeholders, agencies, environmental groups, Native American tribes, and others have begun under the auspices of the Collaborative Forest Landscape Restoration Program and other collaborative efforts. While the process is an evolving one, people with diverse interests continue to work collectively under a shared goal: to restore health and resiliency to the nation’s forested landscapes, while protecting people, communities, and enhancing local and regional economies.

Date: 2013

Type: Handbooks

Source: Ecological Restoration Institute

Identifier: 212p.

Publisher: Northern Arizona University

Format: PDF

Language: English