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SCIENCE x Socioeconomic Dimensions of Land Management

SCIENCE x Socioeconomic Dimensions of Land Management
When: December 6-10, 2021 - 11-12 Pacific / 12-1 Mountain / 1-2 Central / 2-3 Eastern
Where: Join ZoomGov Meeting https://usfs.zoomgov.com/j/16104530612
Meeting ID: 161 0453 0612
Password: USFS1905!

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Schedule:

Monday, December 6: SCIENCE x Forest and Rangeland Livelihoods

  • Leveraging demand for renewable energy and innovative bioproducts to facilitate forest restoration, presented by Nate Anderson
  • What happened to wood products markets in 2020 and 2021 in the United States?, presented by Jeff Prestemon
  • Managing wolves and livestock on national forests in the West, presented by Susan Charnley
     

Tuesday, December 7: SCIENCE x Protecting Ecosystem Services

  • Human ecology mapping: Capturing diverse forest benefits and landscape interactions for use in planning and decision-making, presented by Lee Cerveny
  • What's a canopy worth? Using i-Tree to understand the value of trees, presented by Alexis Ellis
  • Agroforestry: Tools for working across the landscape, presented by Gary Bentrup, Kate MacFarland, Matthew Smith, Richard Straight
     

Wednesday, December 8: SCIENCE x Bounty Beneath Our Feet

  • Why is biochar so important?, presented by Debbie Page-Dumroese
  • Establishing pollinator habitat in log landings after timber sales begins with restoring the soil, presented by John Kabrick
  • Soil organic carbon, presented by Andy Coulter and Stephanie Connolly
     

Thursday, December 9: SCIENCE x Urban Interfaces

  • A shared stewardship approach to wildland fire mitigation in Eastern Oklahoma, presented by Cassandra Johnson Gaither
  • Urban forestry, presented by Natalie van Doorn
  • Fire WUI urban communities, presented by Francisco Escobedo
     

Friday, December 10: SCIENCE x Getting Outside

  • Managing winter recreation and sensitive species on Colorado’s public lands: Do humans and Canada lynx select the same habitat?, presented by Lucretia Olson
  • Considering the benefits of recreation in program reporting and decision-making, presented by Eric White
  • Latinix outdoor recreation, presented by Jose Sanchez
     

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