In December 2018, the Department of Idaho signed a joint management agreement and identified several project areas to exercise common stewardess principles and reduce the risk of wildfire. To learn more about Idaho`s shared hostess program, click here. Since the USDA Forest Service released its shared air hostess strategy in August 2018, several states have entered into agreements on common hostesses (the full text of each agreement is attached below on this page): the agreement recognizes that threats to Nevada`s ecosystems continue to increase, including large-scale wildfires and invasion of non-native grasses that exacerbate fire problems and animal habitat. Wild. 2. To address these threats, the Forest Service has announced a new strategy to cooperate more closely with States. For more information about the agreement, click here: www.fs.usda.gov/managing-land/shared-stewardship In February 2020, the Department of Forestry and Wildlife of the Hawaii Department of Agricultural and Natural Resources signed a shared stewardess agreement with the USDA Forest Service to increase the volume and volume of critical forest treatments. In November 2019, the head of the USDA Forest Service and the Governor of New Mexico signed a joint stewardess agreement to strengthen relations as they strive to advocate for different natural resource interests in public forests. SACRAMENTO – In an important step toward improving California`s forest management, the Newsom Administration and the U.S. Forest Service today took a new joint initiative by the State and the Confederation to reduce the risk of forest fires, restore watersheds, protect habitats and biodiversity and help the state achieve its climate goals.
Washington`s State Department of Natural Resources entered into a joint management agreement in May 2019. The MoU creates a framework for Washington and usdA Forest Service to jointly promote shared priorities, coordinate investments, and implement landscape-level projects throughout Washington. Since 2018, eight states have signed agreements. The Nevada agreement is the first to include BLM and the service. This expanded partnership is critical to the success of the agreement, as 86% of Nevada is owned by the Confederacy. In November 2019, Governor Brian Kemp signed, on behalf of the State of Georgia, a shared flight attendant agreement with the USDA Forest Service and the USDA Natural Resources Conservation Service. November 15, 2020 – A joint land management agreement in the state of Nevada has been signed by Paul Souza, Regional Director of Service Pacific Southwest, Nevada Governor Steve Sisolak, USDA-FS Intermountain Regional Forester Nora Rasure and BLM State Director for Nevada Jon Raby. The Oregon Department of Forest entered into a joint management agreement in August 2019. The main objective of the Declaration of Intent is to create space for the development of common priorities and comprehensive needs analyses at the national level. In September 2019, the Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services (NC Forest Service) and the USDA`s Natural Resource Conservation Service entered into a joint stewardess agreement.
In September 2019, the Arkansas Forestry Commission and the Arkansas Game and Fish Commission entered into a flight attendant agreement with the USDA Forest Service and the USDA Natural Resources Conservation Service. In October 2019, Colorado Governor Polis and the USDA Forest Service struck a stewardess agreement during a ceremony on Capitol Hill. Under the agreement, the State of Colorado and the USDA Forest Service will focus on priority landscape-related forest and grassland restoration activities that protect vulnerable communities and watersheds in all areas. . . .