What We Do

Partners of the 2-3-2 get together at regular meetings, sometimes in person and sometimes through web conferences, to identify opportunities to work together and leverage our planned efforts to amplify our impacts. We share lessons learned and offer informational resources. We also work together to pursue funding opportunities and realize impacts that are strengthened through our collaboration.

Partnerships formed through the 2-3-2 have resulted in new business, hundreds of treated acres, numerous outreach and educational opportunities, and at least ten training events. Together, we have raised over $1.4 million to bridge geographic boundaries and improve the health of our forests, our watersheds, and our communities.


Working together we will cross public/ private lands, state and federal agencies to:

  • Develop resilient landscapes and communities that can co-exist with fire
  • Prepare our communities and landscapes for changes
  • Build resilient water resources and economies
  • Nurture and promote community engagement
  • Elevate and expand the work of established local efforts
  • Work collaboratively across public and private lands with the support of state, federal, and tribal entities and established collaborative groups

We collaborate across boundaries to:

  • Develop smoother operations and responses to ecosystem changes
  • Promote forest health across public/private boundaries
  • Secure resilient water resources
  • Incorporate best available science into land management practices
  • Support regional needs (planning)
  • Promote public education & support
  • Work to restore Fish and Wildlife habitat linkages



Together, we will:

  • Establish a learning network for the sharing and transfer of knowledge
  • Implement coordinated forest health treatment activities
  • Develop cross-jurisdictional policy for prescribed fire and wildfire management
  • Support/ promote regional outlets for product utilization
  • Host events to inform the public & garner support
  • Increase capacity by sharing personnel and resources to support on-the- ground projects
  • Leverage funds for ongoing projects