This chapter contains a number of research recommendations that have developed from the 15 years of research on the UVR conducted by the Southwest Watershed Science Team, as well as from insights from key cooperators and contacts. It is meant to be our best insight as to where efforts should go now. Achieving these recommendations will depend on a number of factors, including agency budgets of the USDA Forest Service, USDI Geological Survey, USDI Fish and Wildlife Service, and Arizona Game and Fish Department. A key to future success in marshalling resources to conduct research on the UVR is partnerships with other Government agencies at the Federal, State, and local levels and with non-Government organizations and private individuals. Rocky Mountain Research Station will need to work with cooperators such as private landowners, the USDA Forest Service’s Prescott National Forest, USDI Geological Survey, USDI Fish and Wildlife Service, USDI Bureau of Reclamation, Arizona Game and Fish Department, Arizona Department of Water Resources, Arizona Department of Environmental Quality, University of Arizona, Northern Arizona University, The Nature Conservancy, and the Verde Watershed Association.