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National Stewardship Contracting Virtual Meeting: Case Studies from Recent Stewardship Contracting Projects

Tuesday, May 2nd 1:00-2:30 EST

There is no cost to participate; Registration is required.

Why should you attend?
To learn more about how and why non-agency stakeholders engage the Forest Service in the design and implementation of stewardship projects on National Forests. This virtual meeting will review lessons learned from a sample of recently completed stewardship contracts and agreements from across the country; evaluating common challenges, strategies, and opportunities.

Topics we will discuss include:

  • How non-agency stakeholders engage in stewardship contracting projects and where their input is having the greatest impact;
  • Differences between projects with established collaborative groups and those that do not have established collaborative groups;
  • How the diversity of participants affects project success; and
  • How the scope and scale of stewardship projects are affected by public involvement.

How to join the meeting
A brief registration is required. To register now click here.

For background on Programmatic Monitoring of Stewardship Contracting:
http://www.pinchot.org/gp/Stewardship_Contracting

 
This meeting is hosted by the Pinchot Institute for Conservation, Michigan State University, the Watershed Research and Training Center, and the USDA Forest Service.

National Stewardship Contracting Webinar
Thursday, March 8th 1:00-2:30 EST

There is no cost to participate; Registration is required.

Why should you attend?
To learn more about how and why non-agency stakeholders engage the Forest Service in the design and implementation of stewardship projects on National Forests. This virtual meeting will review lessons learned from a sample of recently completed stewardship contracts and agreements from across the country; evaluating common challenges, strategies, and opportunities.

Topics we will discuss include:

  • Examples of recent stewardship agreements that foster productive and sustainable use of National Forests and Grasslands while delivering benefits to the public;
  • How stewardship contracting facilitates rural development and economic activity;
  • How stakeholders engage in stewardship contracting projects and where external input is having the greatest impact;
  • Differences between projects with and without established collaborative groups; and
  • How working relationships in stewardship contracts and agreements influences the scope and scale of restoration actions.

How to join the meeting
A brief registration is required. To register now click here.

For background on Programmatic Monitoring of Stewardship Contracting:
http://www.pinchot.org/gp/Stewardship_Contracting


This meeting is hosted by the Pinchot Institute for Conservation, Michigan State University, the Watershed Research and Training Center, and the USDA Forest Service.



 
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