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Overview of Local Funding for Improving Forest Health in the West

As local concern over forest health and resilience increases with every severe wildfire summer in the West, interest grows in how local governments can engage to protect their backyard. Carpe Diem West’s partner the Trust for Public Land, just issued Overview of Local Funding for Improving Forest Health in the West. The report identifies and describes available federal grant programs and provides examples of local community expenditures to improve the health of nearby federal forests.

March 25, 2019
Photo credit: Jerry and Marcy Monkman

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