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Forest and Woodlands Resource Management

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The Bureau of Land Management (BLM) Forest and Woodland Resource Management Program manages and conserves 58 million acres of forest and woodland in 12 western States and Alaska. These forests provide a range of ecosystem services including wildlife habitat, hydrologic function, and sustainable harvest of forest products valued by society. A primary activity of the program is to maintain and improve the resilience of forest and woodland ecosystems to wildfire, insects, disease, and drought through density management using timber sales, and Stewardship agreements. The goals of the program is to implement science-based forest restoration projects to improve forest health and resilience to wildfires, insects, disease, and drought. Sustainable harvest of forests and woodlands to produce a continuous supply of wood products and biomass for renewable energy. Salvage dead and dying timber to…

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