Rio Grande Valley Broadband • Entered by Linda Starr on January 1, 2021

Collaborative A Toolbox of Resources: Forest Landscape Restoration Program Monitoring

September 10, 2020

Participants and Hours

Pre Planning hours 0.25
Post Admin hours 0.25
Activity Hours 1.5
Participants 1
Total Hours 2

Key Issue: Public Lands Health & Protection
Activity Type: Trainings (WALTS, CAREs/GLOWs, research, conferences, workshops, etc.)
Key Partners: Nat’l Forest Foundation, USDA Forest Service, AZ Game & Fish, Colorado State Univ., Northern AZ Univ.

Short Description of Activity

This was a peer learning session with USDA Forest Service and collaborative members to explore lessons learned during the first 10 years of Collaborative Forest Landscape Restoration Program (CFLRP) monitoring

Reflection/Evaluation

Susan Ostlie reported on this activity, but she did not include me as a participant; she is mainly the person who has worked with CFLRPs in New Mexico. It was interesting to learn about what worked well and what the challengers continue to be in a multi-party monitoring of ecological, social and economic effects. It was difficult to keep up with all that was discussed but interesting to listed to a wildlife specialist about obstacles that she had to overcome. This was a large group of researchers and monitoring coordinators (7 speakers). Broads could get involved in tree planting.256

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