How do state and federal governments, and Tribes respond to the changes we’re observing in the natural and urban landscapes? In this issue, “Managing for Landscape Changes,” the authors discuss how they approach managing for change. For some, collaboration is at the heart of managing for change. For others, it’s using the best available science and including an expectation of change in the decision-making process. In the end, all approaches are needed to ensure our landscapes remain resilient and healthy.
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Individual articles are accessible in PDF format (requires Acrobat Reader)
- Managing for Change Requires Collaboration | PDF
- Managing Pollinator Habitat Through Rotation and Beyond | PDF
- Rethinking Smoke Management in Addressing the Wildfire Crisis | PDF
- Applying the Best Available Science to Manage Future Forests | PDF
- Snow for Trees: Forestry Techniques for a Changing Climate | PDF
- Applying Adaptive Silviculture on the Kenai Peninsula | PDF
- Managing the Ever-Changing Urban Forest | PDF
- Restoring the Southern Blue Mountains for the Future | PDF
- Managing Wilderness Use in Central Oregon |PDF