Building & Maintaining a Solid Foundation for Collaboration Peer Learning Session (October 7, 2021)
During this session, attendees received updates from the U.S. Forest Service on the Collaborative Forest Landscape Restoration Program (CFLRP), learned about an approach for building and maintaining a solid foundation for collaborative efforts using the 4-Ps (Purpose, People, Process, and Products), heard from speakers about how CFLRP changed their collaborative efforts, and were able to ask questions and join in a discussion about the process of building and maintaining a solid foundation for collaboration. Speakers included Lindsay Buchanan, U.S. Forest Service Collaborative Forest Landscape Restoration Program Coordinator; Steve Daniels, Utah State University Department of Sociology, Social Work, and Anthropology Professor (ret.); Nils Christoffersen, Wallowa Resources Executive Director; Liz Johnson-Gebhardt, Priest Community Forest Connections Executive Director; and Nick Larson, U.S. Forest Service, National Forests of North Carolina, Grandfather District Ranger. Moderated by Ben Irey, National Forest Foundation Conservation Connect Program Manager.