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In 2023, the Department of the Interior unveiled a Restoration and Resilience Framework to support coordination across agency restoration and resilience programs and drive transformational outcomes. The framework includes a commitment to nine keystone initiatives that address climate change impacts, including through restoration of the Klamath Basin, salt marshes and core sage brush areas; support habitat for salmon, bison and Hawaiian forest birds that hold cultural, subsistence and ecosystem significance; and enhance communities' quality of life in Appalachia by improving outdoor spaces and addressing legacy pollution. The framework also invests resources toward the National Early Detection and Rapid Response Network and National Seed Strategy.

The Bipartisan Infrastructure Law and the Inflation Reduction Act provide funds for this major investment in the conservation and stewardship of America's public lands.