National HQ • Entered by Katya Spiecker on March 9, 2021

When the Smoke Clears: Natural Regeneration and Post-Fire Management in Our Forests

March 9, 2021

Participants and Hours

Pre Planning hours
Post Admin hours
Activity Hours 1.75
Participants 5
Total Hours 8.75

Key Issue: Climate Change
Activity Type: Grant Funded Climate Education & Stewardship Program
Key Partners: Monica Bond from Wild Nature Institute, Oregon Wild

Measurable Outcomes

Outcome 1: Event Attendees (55 people)

Short Description of Activity

Session 2 of Fires in PNW Forests. The webinar explored how fires lead to natural regeneration of forests, how human management after a fire impacts this process, and what implications this has for biodiversity, natural ecosystems, and our climate.

Reflection/Evaluation

It went really well, rolled along smoothly, great speakers and engaged audience. Slightly less participants, but good turnout. Some of the talk went toward advocacy, but that was at the end in with the Q&A, so hard to prevent. Goal met!

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