Forest and rangeland resources provide multiple benefits to people including wildlife habitat, water supply, open space, recreation and cultural resources. Many of these lands are privately owned and managed for forest products, livestock production, and recreation. Forest and rangeland systems are susceptible to less sustainable land use conversion and climate change.
The goal of the Renewable Resources Extension Act–National Focus Fund Projects (RREA–NFF) program is to enhance the sustainability of U.S. forest and rangeland resources and enable landowners and managers to achieve their desired goals and objectives by making the results of relevant public research available to them. In this webinar, program staff provide an overview of the RREA–NFF program and discuss details included in the Request for Applications (RFA).