Idaho Forest Restoration Partnership
A Network of Collaboration
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USDA Forest Service
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State of the Forest
Status - Reports
Restoration Progress - Year End
About Idaho's Groups
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and IFRP Reports
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Sponsor Annual Workshop
Lavin Collaboration Fund
State of the Forest
Idaho's collaborative groups
influence the pace and scale of forest restoration on federal lands.
Projects supported by the groups are in various stages of design, environmental review and implementation.
And each year, Collaborative Groups engage with Forest Service teams to initiate new projects.
State of the Forest tracks general metrics about the scale of restoration. Updates occur throughout the year when projects progress.
The summary information below is in table and chart formats.
Where are the projects located? Refer to the statewide
map of project locations
Navigating the Reports/Charts
Two reports and two charts summarize project scale and the pace (NEPA duration).
Tables: Scale of Restoration, Pace of Restoration
Charts: Scale of Restoration, Pace of Restoration
Switch between the four options by moving the cursor into the web page, and look for a gray navigation bar at the bottom.
Click the down arrow located in the gray bar to choose an option by name.
on Scale of Restoration:
Both the report and the chart display metrics aggregated by Collaborative Group, with the option to drill down to view more detail for the individual projects.
Click on the name of the Collaborative Group to select the group.
Look in the upper right, above the table, for a "down" arrow.
Click the down arrow to view the list of projects supported by the Collaborative Group.
Click on a bubble to select it.
Look in the upper right above the chart for a "down" arrow.
Click the down arrow to view the chart of individual projects supported by the Collaborative Group.
ten minute tutorial video
includes hints for first time navigation of the map and reports.
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