The North Central Washington Forest Health Collaborative recently participated in an interview for the Five-year anniversary of the Collaborative with Michael Knight of KPQ to share about their work. The attached link located at http://www.kpq.com/the-agenda/ is a fascinating look into the world of Forest Health in our community. The interview covers the formation and history of the Collaborative, how the Upper Columbia Salmon Recovery Board is involved and helps to faciliate the Collaborative, how the Forest Service and other partners interface and are a part of the Collaborative and information about the Upper Wenatchee Project. This project is a 75,000 acre area in the Upper Wenatchee area near Plain, WA. The primary focus of the project is to restore forest health and resiliency by reestablishing forest structure, returning fire to the landscape, improving habit and and watershed functions. Fore more information on the North Central Washington Forest Health Collaborative please see http://www.ucsrb.org