Projects can be assigned to one or more benefit type. Click a benefit to see all associated projects.
Create and maintain forest structural conditions that reduce the potential for active crown fire and high-severity fire effects over broad scales
Protect rivers, streams, reservoirs, and infrastructure (e.g., intakes) from adverse impacts associated with post-fire soil erosion and sedimentation.
Promote fire adapted communities and provide tactical opportunities for safe and effective fire response within the wildland urban interface
Create and maintain forest conditions that are resilient to insect and disease outbreaks, as well as climate change impacts
Enhance wildlife habitat elements at necessary scales to benefit multiple species and guilds, such as ungulates, Abert's squirrel, Merriam's turkey, and cavity nesting bird
Maintain forest conditions that provide opportunities for a wide variety of recreational activities such as hiking, mountain biking, rafting, camping, and horseback riding.