Collaborative Forestry Tools and Authorities:
Working to Get Restoration Done
Peer Learning Session
Sponsored by the Forest Service Washington Office in partnership with the National Forest Foundation
You're invited to join an upcoming peer learning session!
During this session, Forest Service employees and partners with experience in collaborative forestry tools and authorities will:
Please note that this session begins at 2:00 PM Eastern Daylight Time.
Join the National Forests Foundation on September 20 & 21 to celebrate an incredible group of men and women who successful fought an extremely safe 2016 historic fire season. This two-day event will be an opportunity to share the rich history of the US Forest Service and the connection of each employee to the lands that we graciously serve.
The two day event will kick off with an introduction and following a Biltmore Historian will capture the attention and present the story of the birth of the US Forest Service to all employees. A historian for the Forest History Society will continue the story to connect employees to their history of the development of the Pisgah, Nantahala, Croatan, and Uwharrie National Forests. The last part of the day will allow employees to visit the facilities of Biltmore with self-guided tours of the historic house or to survey the grounds and silviculture management of the estate.
The venue for the second day’s activities will be the NC Arboretum.
The cost to attend is $43 which covers lunch, snacks, and nonalcoholic beverages throughout the day.
We hope to see you there and look forward to celebrating all the wonderful staff that makes up the National Forests of North Carolina!!
If you have any questions about the above NFF Events please contact
Emily Struss at email@example.com or 406-830-3360, or
Emily Olsen at firstname.lastname@example.org or 406-830-3369