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Forestry Conservation: Landowner Perspective

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Landowners help with forest thinning.

Videos highlight one Montana family's experience working with NRCS to implement conservation practices after a devastating wildfire.

Philip and Lyla Jones

The USDA Natural Resources Conservation Service (NRCS) emphasizes voluntary, science-based assistance to help private forest landowners and managers improve their forest resource.

NRCS conservationists work with private forest landowners and managers to plan and install forestry practices that can improve growth, reduce risk, and improve forest health while addressing other landowner goals, such as wildlife habitat or livestock grazing considerations.

In the first of these five Forestry Conservation; Landowner Perspective videos, meet Philip and Lynn Jones. 

To hear the rest of their story, watch the next four Forestry Conservation videos: