Sustainable Northwest Publication
Working Together Since 2009
Mission: Build diverse community support for forest restoration
Role: We provide recommendations to the line officer on all phases of restoration
The PFC engages in four phases of landscape scale restoration projects: design of the proposed
action, administrative (environmental) review, implementation by various contract authorities, and multi-party monitoring. The project phases, from design through monitoring, establish an adaptive management structure to learn from each project and refine recommendations for subsequent actions.
We invite website visitors to engage in the online discussion forum, review the landscape project document libraries, and read the PFC business protocols. The business protocols describe the organization structure, the consensus decision process, and the commitment to collaboration made by voting members (see Member Manual and website orientation video). All PFC meetings are open to the public. If you wish to keep in touch, be sure to register to receive meeting announcements and other news by email.
LAC March Meeting CancelledMar 16, 2020
The next meeting of the Land Allocation Committee will be April 15th.
Please join me in welcoming Susan Howle as the new permanent Deputy Forest Supervisor for the Payette National Forest. Her report date is April 13, 2020.