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Multi-State Priority Areas in the Northeast and Midwest

Landscape scale conservation occurs when multiple landowners pursue common conservation goals, across large blocks of land, to ensure ecosystems are healthy. Conservation on a landscape scale requires both coordination and a commitment across all land ownership types—private, State, and Federal. All three branches of the Forest Service, U.S. Department of Agriculture, are working together and collaborating with partners towards shared landscape conservation goals. The Northeastern Area State and Private Forestry of the Forest Service (Northeastern Area) is well positioned and authorized to facilitate such efforts.

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2016
ID: 
NA-FR-02-16
Author: 
Philip A. DeSenze
Availability: 
Online
Topic:
Education
Forests
Trees
Cover of publication NA-FR-02-16
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