Peer learning sessions are 90-minute web and phone conferences on specific topics that are facilitated in a roundtable format. Objectives include:
- Supporting shared learning and exchange of knowledge among community-based collaborative groups and Forest Service employees
- Identifying lessons learned and best practices
- Building relationships among people working on similar issues across distances
- Identifying common challenges and moving to team problem-solving.
If you have a topic idea for a peer learning session, please Email Karen DiBari or call (406) 830-3352.
Upcoming Peer Learning Sessions
To register for upcoming peer learning sessions, click on the appropriate link below:
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Past Peer Learning Session Recordings by Topic
- Collaborative Forest Landscape Restoration Program (CFLRP)
- Landscape Restoration Approaches and Tools
- Linking Science to Practice
- Multiparty Monitoring
- NFF Grant Programs
- Organizational Development
- Partnering with the Forest Service
- Place-Based Forest Agreements and Laws
- Stewardship Authorities
- Wilderness Stewardship
- Working with Volunteers