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Forest Road


Forestry Subcommittee

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what we do...

 We at KVRI are committed to preserving our local forestry resources through a landscape approach that involves our entire community. We're proud to be addressing a vast area of 800,000 acres, which includes 413,000 acres of Boundary County National Forest lands.

Our long-term vision is to create a sustainable forest ecosystem that benefits everyone in our community, economically, socially, and environmentally. To achieve this goal, we're working closely with professional Forest Service staff who bring invaluable science-based expertise to the table.

But we know that we can't do this alone. That's why we're also partnering with other organizations and community members to find common ground and areas of agreement for effective forest management. By collaborating on restoration projects, we're not only preserving our precious natural resources but also building stronger relationships within our community.

We believe that everyone has a role to play in making our forestry resources sustainable. That's why we're committed to providing support and social license for implementation, as well as education to ensure that everyone understands the importance of this work. With your help, we can create a thriving, healthy forest ecosystem that benefits us all for generations to come.

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