NASF receives grant to measure water quality successes

NASF will receive a $40,000 grant from the Sustainable Forestry Initiative® (SFI®), awarded under their Conservation and Community Partnerships Grant Program. The grant will promote continuous improvement in water quality protection and assess how well best management practices are protecting water resources in the United States.

“Thanks to SFI, as well as support from the U.S Forest Service, we will update our assessment of how states and territories are developing and implementing best management practices to safeguard lakes, rivers and watersheds,” NASF President C. Randall (Randy) Dye said today. “This information will be used by land managers to assess and improve the protection and enhancement of water resources in their state.”
 


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