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4FRI Rim Country Project #48210

Landscape-scale restoration on the Coconino, Apache-Sitgreaves, and Tonto National Forests of ponderosa pine ecosystems, designed to maintain, improve, and restore ecosystem structure, pattern, function, and resiliency.

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 Schulke, Todd Center For Biological Diversity08/10/2016266808[id:1668]Scoping () (Total Letters: 32)
 Smith, Gentry Desert Fly Casters Fly Fishing Club08/10/2016109525[id:1668]Scoping () (Total Letters: 32)
 Smith and Watson, Greg and Paul 4FRI Stakeholder Group07/27/2016375816[id:1668]Scoping () (Total Letters: 32)
 Spangle, Steven United States Fish and Wildlife Service08/10/20161916627[id:1668]Scoping () (Total Letters: 32)
 Steere, Peter Tohono O'odham Nationa07/13/201685771[id:1668]Scoping () (Total Letters: 32)
 Whiting, Jason Navajo County Board of Supervisors08/09/2016408689[id:1668]Scoping () (Total Letters: 32)
 Woody, Cline  10/05/2016256857[id:1668]Scoping () (Total Letters: 32)
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