Forest Restoration and the Upper Applegate Watershed

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Background

The planning process for the 52,000-acre Upper Applegate Watershed is a collaborative effort between stakeholders and federal agencies that incorporates an all-lands approach to address landscape resilience to disturbance and climate change. One objective of this effort is to identify desired values (based on a "nature's benefits" or ecosystem services approach), from which activities can be designed to restore or enhance these benefits and related ecological processes. Using this approach, the agencies hope to highlight the goods and services provided by forests to the surrounding communities. Collaboratively developed projects that recognize the connection between ecological conditions and a sustainable flow of goods and services form the foundation of this proposed action.

What's Being Proposed in the UAWRP?

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