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Hundreds of millions of broad feet of the oldest, healthiest trees in Oregon's watersheds and along its scenic byways are going to be stumps by 2018 under the Healthy Forest Restoration Act.
The new Farm Bill amends the Healthy Forest Restoration Act of 2003 to allow the Forest Service to more quickly plan projects for insect and disease treatments within designated areas, in an effort to increase the pace and scale of restoration across the National Forest System.
With its current way of counting "acres treated," the primary target under the Healthy Forest Restoration Act, the Forest Service is able to count an initial thinning and a follow-up prescribed burn as separate treatments, thereby counting the acres twice.
He thanked the sportsmen's community for their support of the Healthy Forest Restoration Act and the Farm Bill.
The development of a national fire policy and the pending passage of the Healthy Forest Restoration Act (H.
Greg Walden has introduced legislation to expand the authorities of the Healthy Forest Restoration Act to treat more forested acres through thinning, prescribed burns and other techniques that reduce forest fuels.
The Bush administration's Fiscal Year (FY) 2005 funding proposals for the Forest Service and Bureau of Land Management (BLM) place great importance on implementing the Healthy Forest Restoration Act (HFRA), which passed Congress late last year (see Winter 2004 Washington Outlook).
By passing the Healthy Forest Restoration Act, Congress can help ensure the future of thousands of jobs that are threatened by continued inaction and neglect.