Volunteer, citizen-based regional landscape committees are central to carrying out the landscape management processes. Regional landscape committees provide public forum for diverse interests to cooperatively promote forest sustainability. By bringing together representative interests from landscape regions, the committees serve as springboards for effective forest management activities that address specific needs and challenges in each landscape region.
Committees typically meet on a quarterly basis. To learn more about regional committee activities, follow the links to the committees below or check out our calendar for upcoming meetings.