Colorado fourth state to sign federal-state forest management agreement

“The U.S. Forest Service and the Colorado State Forest Service (CSFS) signed a forest management agreement this week, allowing projects to cross the boundaries between federal and privately owned land.

The Master Good Neighbor Agreement will make projects at the intersection of private and federal lands more efficient, by allowing partnerships in forest, rangeland and watershed restoration projects on federal lands, officials said.”

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For more information on Good Neighbor agreements visit http://www.fs.fed.us/farmbill/gna.shtml.

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