Greater Sheldon-Hart Mountain Resilient Landscapes Collaborative

Jun 6, 2017 (Last modified Oct 30, 2017)
Greater Sheldon-Hart Mountain Resilient Landscapes Collaborative

About

The Greater Sheldon-Hart Mountain Resilient Landscapes collaborative (GSHMRLC) was awarded funding through the DOI Office of Wildland Fire Resilient Landscapes Activity starting in 2015. The goals are to enhance collaborative approaches to wildland fire resiliency across priority landscapes by DOI land-management agencies. The GSHMRLC involves the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, Bureau of Land Management, Summit Lake Paiute Tribe, and their partners to improve sagebrush habitats and their fire-resiliency across 4 million acres in parts of Oregon, Nevada, and California by targeting proactive on-the-ground work such as juniper removal, invasive annual grasses treatment, and wet meadow restoration.

This group workspace is currently restricted to active participating members of the RLC. For more information, contact: Dan Craver, Dan_craver@fws.gov, 503-231-2055
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Group Members (8)