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Continued conflict around natural resource management and dwindled public confidence in land management agencies has necessitated the development of a new collaborative social contract for land management in the West. However, even within the sphere of collaboration, restoring the key characteristics of landscape resilience to landscapes has been a challenge. Science has a golden opportunity to help inform a sound socio-ecological approach to restorative management, which can be understood by all land ownership and partners. To help guide these landscape planning efforts, researchers have created a framework of seven core principles and their implications for management of fire-prone interior forest landscapes.
Consortium NFire Scien. NWFSC Research Brief #12: Landscape-level prescriptions: A new foundation for restoration planning.; 2016.