CFLRP Region 6 Workshops
2015: Adaptively Moving Forward
In this workshop hosted by Sustainable Northwest, members of forest collaborative groups, U.S. Forest Service staff, and scientists gathered in Hood River, Oregon to discuss the successes and challenges of the CLFR program in Oregon and Washington. This was the third annual workshop of CFLRP forests in Region 6. Presentations and more information can be found here.
2014: Problem solving and sharing innovations to advance landscape-scale restoration (hosted by Sustainable Northwest)
Sustainable Northwest also coordinates the Region 6 CFLRP Network. Learn more here.
Regions 1 & 4 National Forest Management & Collaboration Workshop
This workshop was designed to (1) support in-person networking and exchange among community collaborative partners and the Forest Service in Montana, Idaho and eastern Washington and (2) highlight new and innovative approaches as well as lessons learned. The workshop was targeted towards people representing communities, wood products and other private business, conservation, recreation, elected officials, funders, and the Forest Service and other agencies who work to steward the National Forests in Idaho, Montana and eastern Washington.
Note that not all speakers used a PowerPoint presentation.
- Before Restoration was Cool (John Crockett)
- Improving Communication - Whitefish Ranger Partnership (Dave Hadden)
- Maintaining Collaborative Productivity - Lemhi Forest Restoration Group (Michelle Tucker)
- Monitoring Collaborative Forest Restoration in the Soutwestern Crown of the Continent (Corey Davis)
- Collaboration & NEPA Roundtable - Economics (Mike Niccolucci)
- A Roadmap: Collaboration Before, During and After the NEPA Process (Karen DiBari)
- Mill Creek A to Z - Same Problems, a New Approach (Gloria Flora)
- Using Landscape Assessment to Reach a Shared Vision for Forest Restoration (Will Whelan)
- Overcoming Collaborative Fatigue - Kootenai Valley Resource Initiative (Patty Perry)
Regions 2 & 3 CFLRP Workshop
Forest Service and community-based partners came together in beautiful Montrose Colorado, October 28-30, 2013 to learn about the processes, key issues, and lessons learned working on Collaborative Forest Landscape Restoration projects in the Southwest and Colorado. Through a field trip and large and small-group sessions, attendees networked and gained valuable insight into the state of CFLRP in Forest Service Regions 2 & 3. Please find below the presenters commentary, notes, and supporting documents for the workshop.
- Southwest Jemez Mountain Update (Kent Reid)
- Zuni Mountain Landscape Update (Etan Krasilovsky)
- Four Forests Restoration Initiative Update (Steve Gatewood and Katherine Sánchez Meador)
- Uncompahgre Plateau Collaborative Restoration Update (Pam Motley and Tammy Randall-Parker)
- Colorado Front Range Landscape Restoration Initiative Update (Paige Lewis)
- National Monitoring Indicators and Desired Conditions - Bridging Monitoring Gaps (Kent Reid)
- Overview of National Indicators and Presentation on Ecological Indicators (Mary Mitsos and Amy Waltz)
- Landscape-Scale Monitoring Approaches/Questions (Dan Binkley, Leigh Robertson, and Jenny Briggs)
- Lessons Learned from National CFLRP Site Visits (Lauren Marshall)
- Collaborative Engagement - Emerging Issues in Post-Planning (Karen DiBari) (Eytan Krasilovsky)
- NEPA Roadmap (Karen DiBari)
- Zuni Mountain Landscape (Eytan Krasilovsy)
- Four Forests Restoration Initiative (Russ Winn & 4FRI Stakeholders)
- Southwest Jemez Mountains (Kent Reid)
- Colorado Front Range Restoration Initiative (Greg Aplet)
- Breakout Session
- Socio-economic monitoring approaches and results: Who cares and how might results be used? (Tony Cheng & Etyan Krasilovsky) Link to Matrix
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