Protect California forestlands under bold "30 By 30" campaign!

In California's series of virtual meetings on "30 By 30" Forests Forever joined and amplified a chorus of NGOs, tribes, and concerned citizens in placing Jackson at the forefront of the list of candidate areas. The process continues at this writing.

In mid-November Biden signed into law the Bipartisan Infrastructure Bill, which will address at least one policy area for which Forests Forever has advocated in recent years—connections between isolated wildlife habitat areas. The new law provides $350 million for construction of wildlife crossings under and over public roads.

Work must continue to enact the broader goal of connecting habitat core areas across landscapes, and not just through constructed over- and under-crossings. The still-pending Build Back Better legislation would do this.

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Forests Forever:
Their Ecology, Restoration, and Protection
John J. Berger

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