On the Lolo National Forest, gridlock has been avoided by effective management and communication. Methods include enhancing local relationships, being totally honest and candid with various public groups, and treating all of the involved individuals and groups with human dignity. High-quality resource work is used to determine accurately the impacts of various land management practices.
Daniels, Orville L.
"Integrating resource management on the Lolo National Forest,"
Natural Resources and Environmental Issues:
Vol. 3, Article 13.
Available at: http://digitalcommons.usu.edu/nrei/vol3/iss1/13