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CFLR WEBINAR SERIES

The Planning for Growth and Open Space Conservation Webinar Series Presents…

 Session                        #21: Collaborative Forest Landscape Restoration  Program Wednesday,                        February 12, 2:00 – 3:30 pm, Eastern Time

 

The Forest Service’s Collaborative Forest Landscape Restoration (CFLR) program encourages    collaborative, science-based ecosystem restoration  of priority forest landscapes and has helped catalyze larger restoration efforts surrounding  National Forests. The first speaker will give an overview of the CFLR program, and two CFLR case studies will be shared from different regions of  the US.                    

 

Webinar registration is open to all and attendance is free. Please contact Sara Comas (scomas@fs.fed.us) with comments, special accommodations, or to be added  to the mailing list.

 

Scheduled speakers to include:

  • Lauren Marshall: USFS  Collaborative Forest Landscape Restoration   Program Coordinator
  • Reese Lolley: The Nature Conservancy – Eastern Washington                      
  • Dick Fleishman:  USFS  Four Forests Restoration Initiative                      

 

Please  register in advance for this and future webinars.

 Visit our  website for more information or to view past presentations.                    

 

**Society of American Foresters (SAF) Continuing Forestry Education (CFE) credits and American Planning Association (APA/AICP) Certification Maintenance (CM) credits are available for this webinar.                  

 

This  series is sponsored by the National Open Space Conservation Group of the USDA Forest Service and Clemson University.

 

Thank you,

 

Susan  Stein and Sara Comas (US Forest Service)

Susan Guynn (Clemson University)

 

 

Sara J. Comas

Natural Resource Specialist                    

US Forest Service

State & Private Forestry, Cooperative Forestry                    

www.fs.fed.us/openspace

 

 

 

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