How can communities pay for forest restoration in critical watersheds?

Kimery Wiltshire, Executive Director of Carpe Diem West and Jonathan Kusel, Director of California’s Sierra Institute for Community and Environment discuss the importance and difficulty of maintenance and restoration for Headwater Forests.

If we truly understood that forests are infrastructure, we would invest in their maintenance and restoration as eagerly as we pay for irrigation canals and kitchen faucets and water lines.  Jonathan Kusel

How can communities pay for forest restoration in critical watersheds?  Published  March 22, 2017 in Treesource

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