Landscape-Level Management Program
Landscape-level planning and coordination is a model for forest resources management that looks at the forest across large areas, landscapes, bridging land ownership and forest types. Central to this program is the establishment of regional committees to solicit the input of diverse forest resource interests within a particular landscape.
The primary role of the MFRC is to advise the governor and legislature as well as federal, state, and local agencies on sustainable forest policies and practices. In fulfilling this role, the MFRC identifies and addresses key policy issues related to the sustainable management of Minnesota's forests.