On November 1, 2016, the Central Oregon Forest Stewardship Foundation, with support from the Oregon Department of Forestry’s Federal Forest Restoration Program, The Nature Conservancy, and other regional partners, hosted a multi-day workshop to facilitate peer-to-peer learning among land managers, forest restoration industry and contractors, and collaborative stakeholders.
Participants engaged in high-level, technical discussion on topics surrounding the challenges and opportunities of applying innovative forest restoration implementation efficiencies and effective strategies to successfully increase the quality, pace and scale of dry forest restoration treatments.
Participants learned from experienced practitioners who are implementing innovative technologies and approaches in the field.
Through facilitated discussion, we identified strategies to increase the quality, pace, and scale of dry forest restoration treatments.
Workshop attendees engaged in high-level, technical discussions about the challenges and opportunities associated with forest restoration strategies.
Career enhancing credits were offered through the Society of American Foresters and Association of Oregon Loggers for enrolled attendees.
Our thanks to the organizations that helped to make this workshop possible!