In 2017, the Ecosystem Workforce Program studied two restoration initiatives: 1) The Collaborative Forest Landscape Restoration Program
(CFLRP), which was established by Congress in 2009 to provide 8-10 years of funding for collaborative
implementation of restoration projects on priority landscapes, and 2) The Joint Chiefs Landscape
Restoration Partnership (JCLRP), a partnership between the Forest Service and NRCS to promote landscape-scale
restoration work across public and private lands. Through a survey with 425 agency personnel
and 143 interviews with agency personnel and external partners, we identified the value added by these
initiatives, strategies for success, and implications for the future.

Read the briefing paper here.

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