Session 13: Landscape Approaches

c) Implementing Restoration Projects on Public Lands

Friday, May 12
9:20 AM - 10:50 AM
Location: Room 308

The BLM Alaska has successfully implemented a restoration project on public lands and is using this experience to identify opportunities for other projects and establishment of partnerships with various stakeholders to achieve maximum benefits. Utilizing Resource Management Plans and existing laws to identify sites within high priority restoration watersheds, these partnerships will provide opportunities for high quality compensatory mitigation projects while supporting BLM's land management goals. The BLM will share details regarding the success of the restoration work completed to date, highlight the inventory work being conducted to identify sites, and share information about future projects and partnerships which would support multiple interests.

Nicole Hayes

Project Coordinator
Bureau of Land Management

Nicole Hayes is the Legacy Wells Project Coordinator for the Bureau of Land Management, Alaska. Born and raised in Alaska, Nicole has over 22 years federal employment across multiple agencies. Most of Nicole's experience has involved managing complex projects across large landscapes with multiple jurisdictions and interests. The inherent controversy with such challenges motivates Nicole to balance development with the conservation of resources important to Alaska's economy, subsistence communities, and functional ecosystem integrity.

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