By Marcy Stamper
Methow Valley News 

Forest Health Collaborative marks decade of restoration efforts

 

Last updated 7/6/2023 at 11:39am

Marcy Stamper, Methow Valley News

The Forest Health Collaborative uses consensus to help accelerate the pace of forest restoration in an era of climate change and increased wildfire risk.

Two dozen members of the North Central Washington Forest Health Collaborative celebrated the group's 10th anniversary in May, hailing its effectiveness in accelerating forest-restoration projects through consensus-driven work by its diverse member organizations - from the U.S. Forest Service to environmentalists to loggers.

U.S. Forest Service Chief Randy Moore came from Washington, D.C., to attend the celebration, and praised the group for its diversity, Trout Unlimited Washington State Director Crystal Elliot said.

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