Proposal for Forestwide Planting for Pollinators & Traditional Use Receives Approval

Posted on December 5, 2014 by Borderlands Restoration in Press
These plants are ready for the Coronado!

These plants are ready for the Coronado!

Jim Upchurch, Coronado National Forest Supervisor, has granted categorical exclusion to a new proposal that will support watershed restoration on the National Forest. This means that restoration groups to get to work supporting ecosystem processes without further delay! Read the Decision Memorandum below for more details.

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See also BR’s letter of support submitted during the scoping process in October.

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