Restoring forests: traditional ecological knowledge to use as a team | New

A team effort using the knowledge of the Pacific Northwest Tribe will be used for forest restoration.

Faculty at Oregon State University College of Forestry will partner with tribal nations of the Pacific Northwest in a three-year forest restoration effort aimed at improving the resilience of forests across the region to climate change through traditional ecological knowledge (TEK).






The $5 million pilot project will include collecting seeds of culturally and ecologically significant plants on Bureau of Land Management lands.




The US Department of the Interior is funding the $5 million pilot project, which will include collecting seeds of culturally and ecologically significant plants on Bureau of Land Management lands.

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