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The America's Longleaf Restoration Initiative (ALRI) is a collaborative effort of multiple public and private sector partners that actively supports range-wide efforts to restore and conserve longleaf pine ecosystems. The vision of the partners involved in the ALRI is to have functional, viable longleaf pine ecosystems with the full spectrum of ecological, economic and social values inspired through the voluntary involvement of motivated organizations and individuals.

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2019 Range-wide Accomplishment Report

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The 2019 Range-wide Accomplishment Report shines the spotlight on achievements in longleaf pine restoration activities over the past year and encourages further collaboration among partners in a push to reach our goal of 8 million acres of longleaf pine across the range.


2018 Range-wide Accomplishment Report

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The 2018 Range-wide Accomplishment Report celebrates the progress made in longleaf restoration over the past year and the past decade. Click here to read about how this year’s Report showcases ALRI's impacts in longleaf restoration from 2010-2018 and the values provided to the American people and the landscape.


Strategic Priorities and Actions

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This “blueprint” for the next three years details where priorities should be placed and identifies the associated actions needed at various scales to advance the longer-term goal of restoring eight million acres over a 15 year horizon.


What's New

January 2021 Longleaf Partnership Council Meeting

The Longleaf Partnership Council gathered Council members, partners, and friends of longleaf to hold the now quarterly virtual meeting on January 26, 2021, to update on the ongoing efforts for longleaf pine restoration.

LPC Releases Fact Sheet on Longleaf Pine's Fire Resiliency
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The Longleaf Partnership Council is pleased to announce a new communications fact sheet showcasing longleaf pine's unique tolerance to fire as well as highlighting the economic and conservation benefit to planting longleaf and utilizing prescribed burning as a forest management practice.