Over the past decade, the federal government has sought to provide community assistance and catalyze local efforts to reduce wildfire risk through collaborative fire planning and fuels reduction programs, under efforts including the Clinton administration's National Fire Plan and the Healthy Forests Restoration Act during the Bush administration.
What does HFRA stand for?
HFRA stands for Healthy Forests Restoration Act
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We have 3 other meanings of HFRA in our Acronym Attic
- High Frequency Recombinant
- High Frequency Resonance Technique
- Historical Fire Regime
- Hold for Release
- Hotfix Rollup
- Huge Fast Router (Cisco)
- Hybrid Fiber Radio
- Hellas Federation of Refrigeration-Association of Professional Installers of Refrigeration and Air Conditioning (Greece)
- Haringey Federation of Residents Associations (UK)
- Healthy Forest Restoration Act
- High Frequency Recovery Antenna
- High-Frequency Rotational Angioplasty (cardiology)
- Home Fire Risk Assessment (UK)
- High Frequency Regional Broadcast
- Health Facilities Review Committee (Canada)
- Heart Failure Research Center (Academic Medical Center; Netherlands)
- Herbal Folklore Research Centre (botany; Tirupati, India)
- Home Fire Risk Check
- Hybrid Fiber Reinforced Cementitious Composites
- Hazardous Fuels Reduction Categorical Exclusion
Samples in periodicals archive:
Environmental Law and the Healthy Forests Initiative C Healthy Forests Restoration Act of 2003 D.
Meanwhile, the Republicans, using words like "healthy," "clean" and "safe" to describe policies that are none of the above (ie, Healthy Forests Restoration Act, Clear Skies Initiative) will triumph.
Marion Berry, John Boozman and Mike Ross--the Healthy Forests Restoration Act.
House of Representatives Committee on Resources, Ding oversaw the passage of more legislation than all other House committees combined, including the historic Healthy Forests Restoration Act of 2003 and unprecedented California Water Act (CAL-FED).
They're ignoring changes in federal law made by the Healthy Forests Restoration Act, which Congress passed in 2003 after massive wildfires in Southern California.
It was generally felt that Congress had dealt with many pre-wildfire issues related to forest restoration when it passed the Healthy Forests Restoration Act (HFRA) at the end of 2003.
I hope that the Senate can see the, "forest for the trees," much like the House of Representatives did, and pass the Healthy Forests Restoration Act and let President Bush sign it into law