Southern Blues Restoration project awarded funding from Joint Chiefs’ Landscape Restoration Partnership

USDA is investing $17.4 million in these 14 new projects:

  • Arizona, Fort Huachuca Sentinel Landscape Phase Two
  • Arkansas and Oklahoma, Arklahoma Ozark Watershed Restoration
  • California, Forest Health and Fire Resilient Rural Communities Phase Three
  • Guam, Making Southern Guam Firewise and Wildfire Resistant
  • Idaho, South Teton Valley Hazardous Fuels Removal
  • Illinois, Cross-Boundary Upland Oak Restoration
  • Montana, Elkhorn Cooperative Management Area
  • New Jersey, New Jersey Pine Barrens Restoration
  • North Dakota, Badlands Restoration Phase Two
  • Oregon, North Wasco All Lands
  • Oregon, Southern Blues Restoration
  • Pennsylvania, Allegheny Plateau Habitat Restoration
  • South Carolina, Piedmont Watershed Restoration
  • Wisconsin, Northeast Wisconsin Forestry and Wildlife Partnership

BMFP participated with other partners to develop this Joint Chiefs proposal and we’re excited for the opportunities it will provide to perform restoration work on public and private lands in Grant County.

Read the full press release from the U.S. Forest Service here!