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Research runs through it: A fresh look at Wild and Scenic Rivers

Documents and Media Posted on: October 02, 2018
As the Forest Service and other agencies prepare for the next half-century of managing Wild and Scenic Rivers, scientists at the Rocky Mountain Research Station and the Aldo Leopold Wilderness Research Institute are partnering with National Forests and university collaborators to use new research protocols to help revise river management plans. Document Type: Other Documents

Examining the social acceptability of forest biomass harvesting and utilization from collaborative forest landscape restoration: A case study from western Colorado, USA

Publications Posted on: January 10, 2018
Collaborative efforts have expanded in recent years to reduce fuel loads and restore the resilience of forest landscapes to future fires. The social acceptability of harvesting and using forest biomass associated with these programs are a hot topic, with questions about the extent to which collaboration can generate unified acceptance.