Ecological Restoration Implementation Plan
The Implementation Plan is organized into the following chapters:
The mission of the Forest Service is to sustain the health, diversity and productivity of the Nation's forests and grasslands to meet the needs of present and future generations. It is our intent to establish a regional vision and corresponding goals for Ecological Restoration consistent with this mission and the laws, regulations and policies that guide National Forest management.
Chapter 2: Overarching Strategies
Strategies the Region will use to meet the Leadership Intent. This includes Regional methods to increase the pace and scale of restoration and to increase large scale restoration with an all lands approach. This chapter includes actions accomplished and ongoing and planned actions under each strategy.
Chapter 3: Pacific Southwest Region Partnership
Strategic thinking on how to increase the effectiveness of existing partnerships and to develop new partnerships to help implementation of the Leadership Intent. Both the Region's strategy and Pacific Southwest Research Station strategy are included.
The Regional Directors' vision and commitment for integration of programs and budgets to improve and increase restoration actions on the ground.
Chapter 5: Socioeconomic Dimensions of Restoration
A discussion of how embracing a sound restoration approach includes ecological, economic and social outcomes and a commitment to utilize and monitor this triple bottom line approach.
Includes current thinking on the Forest's unique niche in restoration, specific Forest strategies to increase restoration work within existing resource constraints, the Forest's focus in coming years, past accomplishments that exemplify future work, and Partnership opportunities.
- Angeles National Forest
- Cleveland National Forest
- Eldorado National Forest
- Inyo National Forest
- Klamath National Forest
- Lake Tahoe Basin Management Unit
- Lassen National Forest
- Los Padres National Forest
- Mendocino National Forest
- Modoc National Forest
- Plumas National Forest
- San Bernardino National Forest
- Sequoia National Forest and Giant Sequoia National Monument
- Shasta-Trinity National Forest
- Sierra National Forest
- Six Rivers National Forest
- Stanislaus National Forest
- Tahoe National Forest