Land management agencies are facing critical challenges in the forest as the fire season and the size of wildfires continue to grow. This week on the County Seat we will look at the Shared Stewardship agreement between the U.S. Forest Service and Utah.
What has it accomplished on the ground?
What are the commitments for the long term?
How are counties and municipalities getting involved?
Guests this week:
Brian Steed, Executive Director Utah Department of Natural Resources
Brian Cottam, Director Utah Division of Forestry Fire and State Lands, and Utah State Forester
Glenn Wright, Summit County Council
Jerry Taylor, Garfield County Commissioner
Nora Rasure, Regional Forester for the Intermountain Region, USFS
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