The Montana Forest Restoration Committee is a diverse and engaged group representing many different interests but sharing a common goal of wanting to see ecologically-sound restoration projects hit the ground.
The original MFRC chose a Steering Committee which acts as the day-to-day governing body for the effort. There are also currently four Forest Restoration Committees (FRCs) – on the Lolo, Bitterroot and Helena National Forests. It is these committees that are working hard to implement the Principles on the ground.
The MFRC effort has an overarching charter; however, each FRC has a fair amount of autonomy and each Restoration Committee has adopted their own Charter.