You’re invited to join an upcoming peer learning session! With experts from the University of Oregon, we will discuss how Collaborative Forest Landscape Restoration (CFLR) projects and other collaborative efforts can use socioeconomic monitoring to measure progress toward long-term goals. In response to the priorities and challenges that U.S. Forest Service staff heard during recent CFLR site visits, we’ve designed this session as a forum to workshop your questions related to socioeconomic monitoring. We hope you can join the discussion to exchange strategies, share common issues, and “meet” other Forest Service staff and partner organizations working on socioeconomic monitoring around the country.
This is one of a series of peer learning sessions sponsored by Forest Management of the U.S. Forest Service and offered in cooperation with the National Forest Foundation. Please note that this session begins at 2:00 PM Eastern Standard Time.