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Collaboration Successes in WA Forests

McGee, Lloyd
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Collaboration Successes, Challenges and Comparisons in Eastern Washington National Forests

Notes (with thumbnails of the slides) from a presentation by Lloyd McGee at the Society of American Foresters conference in Spokane, WA (October 2012). Two Collaborative Forest Landscape Restoration Program (CFLRP) projects are compared--the Tapash Sustainable Forest Collaborative and the Northeast Washington Forestry Coalition.
The Tapash landscape is a part of the Washington Dry Forests FLN.

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