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Collaborative Forest Landscape Restoration Program – Reporting Ecological Outcomes
July 15, 2014 @ 10:00 am - 11:00 am
Please join us for this upcoming session focused on reporting ecological outcomes on Collaborative Forest Landscape Restoration Program (CFLRP) sites. This session will move beyond an introduction to the CFLRP five-year reporting requirements, and will focus on the “how, when and why” to report progress on the ecological indicator.
In this peer learning session, John Crocket, National Restoration and Planning Group Leader in the Washington Office, will open the session and share CFLRP announcements. Micah Thorning (Acting National Wildlife Program Lead) and Amy Waltz (Ecological Restoration Institute at Northern Arizona University), who were both instrumental in developing the ecological indicator, will frame the session with background information and a description of the tools currently available to assist with the reporting requirements. From there, speakers from Regions 3 and 8 will discuss how different CFLR projects are working to fulfill the reporting requirements and using the recently released ecological indicator progress report template. We’ll leave time throughout the sessions for questions and discussion. We hope you can attend!
This is one of a series of peer learning sessions focused on the CFLR Program, sponsored by Forest Management of the Forest Service and offered in partnership with the National Forest Foundation.