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Making more with continuous forest inventory data: Toward a scalable, dynamical model of forest change

The purposes of this project are to establish a procedure to formally engage with tribal communities on the topics of revegetation efforts and assistance programs, and to assess the compatibility of financial and technical assistance programs with forests on tribal lands and/or owned by Tribes and their members using the participatory action research (PAR) approach.

Multi-institutional | Research Working Group
August 1, 2023
– July 31, 2025

Project Details

Funded by USDA Forest Service

(External Funding)

Administrative Unit

Research Institute for Environment, Energy, and Economics (RIEEE)

Research Theme

Project Team Members

Dr. Tatyana Ruseva

MA Program Director
Professor

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