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Assisting collaboration in forest and grassland restoration, conservation and resource utilization—
for the benefit of all.


Monitoring is a key element of the MFRC’s Restoration Principles. The Forest-level Restoration Committees’ engagement in monitoring will depend upon specific interests, capacity and funding. In addition, monitoring can be an important tool in building agreement on forest restoration projects. Finally, the results of monitoring should be evaluated (summary report and collaborative meeting) on an annual basis and the results utilized in future projects in order to complete the adaptive management feedback loop.

Monitoring and Adaptive Management Strategy
Monitoring Work Plan Template
Monitoring Protocol Websites
Monitoring Protocol for Auggie Fuels and Restoration
Monitoring Questions from Lolo Restoration Committee
Qualitative and Quantitative Monitoring Approach