Rio Grande Valley Broadband • Entered by Susan Ostlie on December 30, 2020

“Ensuring the Durability of Shared Stewardship Long Term” peer learning session.

December 7, 2020

Participants and Hours

Pre Planning hours
Post Admin hours
Activity Hours 1.5
Participants 1
Total Hours 1.5

Key Issue: Public Lands Health & Protection
Activity Type: Trainings (WALTS, CAREs/GLOWs, research, conferences, workshops, etc.)
Key Partners: National Forest Foundation, US Forest Service, Nat’l Assn of State Foresters

Short Description of Activity

“Ensuring the Durability of Shared Stewardship Long Term” peer learning session. This session will be the sixth in a series of seven on Shared Stewardship being hosted by the USDA Forest Service, the National Forest Foundation, and the National Association of State Foresters.

Reflection/Evaluation

The most interesting part of this workshop was the information from the State Foresters, but it is all relevant to managing the continuation of landscape restoration projects, which are tending to lose their federal funding. A major problem for the SW Jemez CFLRP, and probably also for the Zuni Mt. CFLRP.

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