The bill improves the Healthy Forests Reserved Program (HFRP) to further landowners protecting threatened and endangered species habitat. In addition HFRP improvement, the bill codifies the Forest Service's Landscape Restoration Program and provides new cross-boundary authorities that will allow the Forest Service to work with landowners to address challenges like pest infestation and hazardous fuel removal that don't respect ownership limits. The bill expands the Community Wood Energy Program (CWEP), addressing investment in market infrastructure and encouraging the production of new wood products. Additionally, the bill includes text stating that the USDA's BioPreferred Program is to be the only standard used by the government for purposes of federal purchasing. Not only will this ensure wood from American Tree Farm System (ATFS) certified forests is allowed for federal purchasing, but will ensure that future redundant regulations don't create an unfair advantage for any of America's forest certification standards.