John Freemuth, Director of the School of Public Service’s Andrus Center, a public policy professor and public lands expert, was quoted in a Seattle Times Associated Press article on Shared Stewardship. Freemuth said it’s too early to say how Shared Stewardship might work out or if it will catch on elsewhere.
“The successes are still pretty small, but the relationships are being built that may allow for a realigning of policy that may allow people to work together,” he said. “We’re just going to have to see what happens over time.”
Source: Seattle Times/Associated Press: “Idaho, US sign logging and forest restoration agreement.”