Landscape-scale conservation happens when multiple landowners pursue common conservation goals across large blocks of land. Conservation on a landscape scale requires both coordination and a commitment across all types of ownerships—private, State, and Federal. All three branches of the U.S. Forest Service are working together and collaborating with partners to meet shared landscape conservation goals. The Northeastern Area State and Private Forestry (Northeastern Area) is well positioned and authorized to facilitate landscape-level efforts. Ultimately, landscape-scale conservation allows the Northeastern Area to make the most effective use of resources and program authorities to meet regional conservation goals.
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