Great Basin Restoration Initiative: Cultural Resources Landscape Level Planning Model


Nevada Cultural Resource Series #14

The Great Basin Restoration Initiative (GBRI) is a multi-state, multi-agency, state, local, and federal initiative focused on "restoration" of the sage/pinion/juniper biome within 75 million acres of the Great Basin. To advance restoration efforts, ecological planning boundaries were created and multiple-use management goals, including those pertaining to cultural resource management and protection were, or are in the process of, being developed. Many of the management goals of the GBRI can be accomplished if cultural resources (significant historic, prehistoric, and ethnohistoric sites and localities) can be managed in a more efficient manner.

Publication Date

Fri, 12/15/2017


National Office


Collection: BLM Library
Category: Cultural Resource Series