Modernizing Forest Plans in the Northwest

A review for Implementation Monitoring Skier jumping Fairy Falls on the Wahkeena Falls Trail in Oregon
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The Northwest Forest Plan (NWFP) amendment is a landscape approach to public land management designed to contribute to social and economic sustainability in the region, while protecting threatened and endangered species in late successional and old-growth habitats. The NWFP amended existing forest plans on 19 national forest units across Washington, Oregon, and California. The NWFP and those underlying forest plans that were amended require key updates to address current management needs. Use the links above to get more information about the updates to the forest plan modernization process.

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Bioregional Assessment Release – July 8, 2020

The Pacific Northwest and Pacific Southwest regions of the U.S. Department of Agriculture’s Forest Service collaboratively developed and released a Bioregional Assessment of Northwest Forests, which provides a snapshot in time of the current ecological, social and economic conditions on national forest system lands within the Northwest Forest Plan amendment area as well as two adjacent units.


River on Olympic Biologist Holding Salamander Workers Clearing Trail




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