Regional Frameworks

A central recommendation of the state’s Forest Carbon Plan and the National Forest Planning Rule is to build and maintain regional approaches to improve the health and resilience of forested landscapes. The benefits of a regional approach include alignment of state and federal goals and mandates at a regional level, facilitating multi-benefit and multi-jurisdictional projects, and empowering local governments and collaboratives to set priorities and integrate forest resilience and sustainable development programs.


resources


Regional Forest & Fire Capacity Program


Regional Forest and Fire Capacity Program

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Publications


May 23, 2022: For Public Review & Comment thru June 23, 2022, RFFC Program Draft Grant Guidelines

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February 2021: RFFC Mid-Program Report

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January 2020: Increasing Forest and Fire Management Capacity in California

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Work Group: Regional Frameworks


Partnering Organizations



Work Group leads:


CAL FIRE – Angela Lottes

Department of Conservation – Brian Newman-Lindsay

U.S. Forest Service – Jerry Bird

National Fish and Wildlife Foundation – Jonathan Birdsong

Department of Conservation – Nic Enstice

Keali’i Bright – Department of Conservation

Michelle Barry – U.S. Forest Service


Facilitator

Allison Jolley – Watershed Research & Training Center 


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Key Actions Assigned:

1.28 – 1.30