May 2-4, 2023
Held at Colorado State University campus, Fort Collins, CO
Monica Lear, Station Director
USDA Forest Service, Rocky Mountain Research Station
Susan J. Prichard, Research Scientist
College of Forest Resources, University of Washington
Chris Swanston, Climate Advisor & Director
USDA Forest Service, Office of Sustainability and Climate
John Waconda, Indigenous Partnership Program Director
The Nature Conservancy
Why: To share successes and lessons learned on cross-boundary, collaborative efforts to restore and reimagine fire-adapted forest landscapes, explore gaps and needs to better incorporate diversity, equity, inclusion, and justice in forestry, fuels, and fire research, and management and co-develop recommendations, strategies, and resources for collaborative landscape-scale restoration projects.
Who: Government, tribal, and non-government foresters, fire managers, planners, biologists, line officers, regional and national program managers, forest researchers, conservation organizations, funding partners, forest operations companies, and other stakeholders interested in applying science and tools for all-lands collaborative forest landscape restoration.
Special Features: Special presentation by Stephen Pyne, author of The Pyrocene, Monday, May 1st, Open to the Public, Free