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    With concern over the health of aspen in the Intermountain West, public and private land managers need better guidance for evaluating aspen condition and selecting and implementing actions that will be effective in restoring aspen health. The Utah Forest Restoration Group collaboratively synthesized a step-by-step approach for aspen restoration that was applicable to western U.S. forests. In a successful case study in shared stewardship, these restoration guidelines were applied to a challenging real-world setting.

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    Citation

    Miller, Sue; Kitchen, Stan; Kling, Jason; Guyon, John. 2019. Everyone in: A road map for science-based, collaborative restoration of western quaking aspen. Science You Can Use Bulletin, Issue 37. Fort Collins, CO: Rocky Mountain Research Station. 11 p.

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    aspen, land management, restoration, shared stewardship

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