Increasing forest health and resiliency across all-lands in Washington is a collaborative effort, requiring coordination amongst individuals and organizations across the state. This collaboration has been in practive in Washington for a long-time, but it's importance was underscored in the 2019 signing of the Shared Stewardship Memorandum of Understanding.
The contributions of a diverse suite of non-profit, governmental, tribal, and private organizations to forest health projects are recorded in the Forest Health Tracker system. Contributing organizations may be the lead implementer of a forest health project, a partner organization in project development and implementation, a funder, a contractor, and/or a third party monitoring party.
Below is a list of organizations that are associated with a forest health project in the site, and an overview of the number of forest health projects they are associated with in this system. Some organizations are also connected with grants and agreements tied to forest health work that is tracked in this system, and in those cases that information is available as well. Click on any individual organization to learn more.