The 2016 BLM Southwestern Oregon Record of Decision and Resource Management Plan contains management objectives to manage fire, fuels, and wildfire response, consistent with the National Cohesive Wildland Fire Management Strategy and for BLM to participate with communities bordering Federal lands and
local, State, and Federal stakeholders to reduce the risks and threats from wildland fire.
The Rogue Basin Cohesive Forest Restoration Strategy:
A Collaborative Vision for Resilient Landscapes and Fire Adapted Communities (Metlen et al.
2015) , a key component of the newly developed Rogue Valley Integrated Fire Plan (Jackson Co.
and Josephine Co.)and the newly completed Oregon and Washington Wildfire Risk Assessment both provide tools for project identification and prioritization and meet the multi-agency cross boundary need to promote resilient landscapes.