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Restoration and Forest Health Surveys

Restoration and Forest Health Surveys

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Restoration and Forest Health Surveys

[/vc_column_text][vc_separator type=”normal” color=”#444444″ thickness=”3″][vc_empty_space height=”75px”][vc_column_text]We have had the opportunity to tour some beautiful areas of the National Forest. We’re visiting sites proposed for thinning in order to collect information and create documentation for our efforts to encourage ecological and sustainable forest management. Our field season for this work, and other projects, is ramping down and we are beginning the process of compiling data, analyzing results, and setting the stage for the next steps of projects. We have a lot on our work plan for this winter and we are excited to spend the winter days working hard to protect and restore the wonderful Gifford Pinchot National Forest.[/vc_column_text][vc_empty_space height=”35px”][vc_accordion active_tab=”false” collapsible=”yes” style=”boxed_accordion”][vc_accordion_tab title=”Sign up for a trip here!”]

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