U.S. Forest Service 2016 Great Lakes Restoration Initiative

The U. S. Forest Service will support projects in the Great Lakes basin that implement the following strategic, priority actions:
• restore tree canopy lost to infestation by emerald ash borer • create or improve green infrastructure through the planting of trees and other vegetation as part


of a local management strategy to maintain and enhance urban watersheds.

• restore the structure and function of coastal wetlands and lake-affected riparian areas through planting of native trees and diverse vegetation.

Related Programs

Cooperative Forestry Assistance

Department of Agriculture

Agency: Department of Agriculture

Office: Forest Service

Estimated Funding: $3,700,000

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Phillip RodbellProgram LeaderPhone 610-557-4133

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