Four Forest Restoration Initiative

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The Four Forest Restoration Initiative A Collaborative Effort to Restore Forest Ecosystems on Four National Forests in Arizona. For more information on the Collaborative Forest Landscape Restoration Program click here.

Overview Performing a spectrum of treatments

The Four Forest Restoration Initiative (4FRI) is a collaborative effort to restore forest ecosystems on portions of four national forests – Coconino, Kaibab, Apache-Sitgreaves, and Tonto – along the Mogollon Rim in northern Arizona.

4FRI Maps 4FRI boundary map – 2.4 million acres

Goals To create landscape-scale restoration approaches

С» Plan and implement restoration treatments across 2.4 million acres of ponderosa pine forest

С» Treat 50,000 acres per year over a 20-year span

С» Allow for increased use of prescribed.


Latest News

April 2, Preview of the Draft Environmental Impact Statement for the Four Forest Restoration Initiative

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