Restoring Arizona's Forests

Covering nearly 21 million acres in Arizona, our forests are a vital resource that impacts our state on many levels­–as a natural treasure, environmental asset and economic driver. But for too long we’ve enjoyed its many gifts without giving back in return. It’s time we stop taking our forests for granted.

COMMITTEE PURPOSE

Arizona’s forests are invaluable; they silently sequester carbon, provide water to our urban areas, habitat to hundreds of species, and space for sustainable recreation. The Forest Health Committee will meet monthly to discuss and help implement forest health solutions that improve the sustainability and economic vitality of our state. Members are encouraged to join the conversation with leading forest health experts, by discussing potential policy initiatives, programs and on-the-ground volunteer work in 2022.

Meetings take place online via Zoom on the second Tuesday of the month.

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Committee Co-Chairs

 

Oliver Adams

Mother Road Brewing Co.

Committee Chair

 

Amy Waltz

Ecological Restoration Institute, Northern Arizona University

Committee Co-Chair

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