Policy Resolution 2024-02, National Forest and Rangeland Management

Western states contain over 75 percent of the national forest and grassland system, and communities in the West depend upon forests and rangelands for jobs, recreation, and quality of life.  This resolution addresses a variety of national forest and rangeland challenges, emphasizing that effective management is only possible through coordination between federal, state, local, and tribal land management agencies, including collaborative, cross-boundary management strategies.  The resolution articulates Western Governors’ policy recommendations relating to wildfire mitigation, suppression, and recovery.  It also addresses major land management topics such as workforce development, infrastructure for active forest management, grazing administration, and forest products. Read, download the resolution

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