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2016 Funding – Joint Chiefs’ Landscape Restoration Partnership

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NRCS and the U.S. Forest Service are investing $7 million in 11 new projects and $33 million in existing projects through the Joint Chiefs’ Landscape Restoration Partnership. Below are funding amounts for new fiscal year 2016 projects as well as additional funding for previous projects.

Project summaries are available by year: 2016 projects 2015 projects 2014 projects.

2016 New Projects

Project Name

Place

Forest

USFS

NRCS

Total Funding

“My Alabama Woods” Restoration Team: Restoring Shortleaf and Longleaf Pine*

Alabama

NFs in Alabama

$100,000

$194,537

$294,537

Woodland Restoration 2016-2018*

Arkansas and Oklahoma

Ozark-St. Francis/ Ouachita

$318,750

$350,000

$668,750

San Gabriel/Sierra Pelona All Landscape Restoration Project

California

Angeles

$180,000

$93,000

$273,000

Trinity County Community Protection Project

California

Shasta Trinity/Six Rivers

$497,250

$50,000

$547,250

Cherokee Foothills Fire Adapted Landscape Restoration Project*

Georgia and South Carolina

Chattahoochee-Oconee/Sumter

$200,000

$112,510

$312,510

Curlew National Grasslands Area Restoration Project

Idaho

Caribou-Targhee

$207,375

$279,179

$486,554

Hoosier Hills and Highlands Oak Community Restoration Partnership*

Indiana

Hoosier

$504,000

$505,000

$1,009,000

Joint Chiefs’ Louisiana Longleaf Pine Partnership Project*

Louisiana

Kisatchie

$203,007

$29,735

$232,742

Greater La Pine Basin Cohesive Strategy*

Oregon

Deschutes

$952,125

$250,000

$1,202,100

Joint Watershed Restoration Project

Tennessee

Cherokee

$567,375

$520,000

$1,087,400

All Lands, All Hands: Building Resilient Landscapes & Fire Adapted Communities in Washington’s East Cascades*

Washington

Okanogan-Wenatchee

$200,000

$580,000

$780,000

Total

 

 

$3,929,882

$2,963,961

$6,893,843

Notes: Each project lasts for three years. This table shows the fiscal year 2016 funding only.

* USFS may allocate additional state and private funding to some of the fiscal year 2016 projects.

 

2016 Funding for 2015 Projects

Project Name

Place

Forest

USFS

NRCS

Total Funding

Prescott Basin Cross Boundary Project

Arizona

Prescott

$487,500

$400,000

$887,500

San Juan Project

Colorado

San Juan

$472,500

$0**

$472,500

Koolau Forest Protection*

Hawaii

Koolau

$0

$195,100

$195,100

Upper North Fork Project

Idaho

Salmon/Challis

$427,500

$0**

$427,500

Kinkaid Lake Watershed Restoration

Illinois

Shawnee

$145,000

$175,000

$320,000

Lake Superior North Shore Coastal Forest Restoration Project

Minnesota

Superior

$187,500

$150,000

$337,500

Missouri Ozark Highlands Restoration Partnership

Missouri

Mark Twain

$446,250

$400,100

$846,350

Collaborative Oak Management in the Ohio Appalachian Mountains*

Ohio

Wayne

$469,600

$300,000

$769,600

Ashland Forest All-Lands Restoration Project

Oregon

Rogue River-Siskiyou

$1,000,000

$2,000,000

$3,000,000

Indian Creek Woodland Savanna Restoration Initiative

South Carolina

Sumter

$140,000

$179,600

$319,600

Black Hills Vestal Project

South Dakota

Black Hills

$577,500

$100,000

$677,500

Texas Forest Ecosystem Improvement Project

Texas

Sam Houston

$315,000

$94,500

$409,500

West Vernon Project

Utah

Uinta-Wasatch-Cache

$148,000

$0**

$148,000

Poultney-Mettowee Watershed Restoration Project

Vermont

Green Mountain

$150,000

$200,000

$350,000

Northeast Washington Initiative*

Washington

Colville

$657,700

$505,700

$1,163,410

Total

 

 

$5,624,050

$4,700,000

$10,324,050

 

Notes: Each project lasts for three years. This table shows the fiscal year 2016 funding for these project’s second year.

* USFS may allocate additional state and private funding to some of the fiscal year 2016 projects.

** Some projects did not request funding from NRCS for all three years.

 

2016 Funding for 2014 Projects

Project Name

Place

Forest

FS

NRCS

Total Funding

Western Arkansas Woodland Restoration

Arkansas

Ouachita & Ozark-St. Francis

$1,000,000

$2,043,500

$3,043,500

San Bernardino and Riverside Counties Fuels Reduction California San Bernardno $1,750,000 1,947,2000 $3,697,200

Mid-Klamath Communities

California

Klamath

$0

$0**

$0

Triplett Creek

Kentucky

Daniel Boone

$405,000

$103,200

$508,200

Upper Mississippi Headwaters Restoration

Minnesota

Chippewa

$337,500

$150,000

$487,500

Upper Black Creek

Mississippi

De Soto

$450,000

$1,749,600

$2,199,600

Red Mountain Flume/Chessman Reservoir (Tenmile Watershed)

Montana

Helena

$131,000

$302,800

$433,800

NH Drinking Water Improvement Project

New Hampshire

White Mountain

$750,000

$501,500

$1,251,500

Isleta Project

New Mexico

Cibola

$562,500

$1,000,000

$1,562,500

Susquehanna Watershed Riperian Buffers*

New York

State & Private Forestry

$0

$4,111,200

$4,111,200

East Face of the Elkhorns Project*

Oregon

Wallowa-Whitman

$832,000

$375,000

$1,207,000

WV Restoration Venture*

West Virginia

Monongahela

$900,000

$2,075,000

$2,975,000

Lake Superior Landscape Restoration*

Wisconsin

Chequamegon-Nicolet

$805,000

$1,067,800

$1,872,800

Total

 

 

$7,923,000.00

 

$15,426,800

 

$23,349,800

 

Notes: Each project lasts for three years. This table shows the fiscal year 2016 funding for these project’s third year.

* USFS may allocate additional state and private funding to some of the fiscal year 2016 projects.

** Some projects did not request funding from NRCS for all three years.