A range-wide restoration strategy for whitebark pine

This publication describes a multi-scale strategy for restoring whitebark pine across its range in the western United States and Canada. It was compiled by researchers, land managers, and resource specialists to use as a reference for prioritizing, designing, and implementing successful whitebark pine restoration activities from stands to landscapes to National Forests to Regions, and ultimately, to the entire species’ range. This effort was based on a number of existing conservation plans and strategies, and puts forth a set of principles and an array of possible actions to guide the design, planning, and implementation of restoration activities.