All-lands partnerships in southern oregon: a peer learning workshop - May 1, 2018 Klamath Falls, or
“All-lands” projects with multiple landowners, agencies, and partners across ownerships are increasingly common. The goal of this one-day workshop was to bring together those working on all-lands projects in Lake, Klamath, Jackson, and Josephine Counties to:
- Share specific activities, experiences, and lessons learned
- Explore tools and ideas that improve the practice of all-lands management
- Connect to a community of area practitioners and form new peer relationships
Summary documents from the day are available below, and click on the images to access PDFs of the powerpoint presentations.
all-lands partnerships: who, what, and why?
Presenters: Ryan Gordon - Oregon Department of Forestry, Liz Weber - American Forest Foundation, Mike Cloughesy - Oregon Forest Resources Institute
Large Landscape Projects 1: The North Warners and Chiloquin Community Forest Projects
Amy Markus - Fremont-Winema National Forest, Kasey Johnson - Oregon Department of Forestry, Marci Schreder - Lake County Umbrella Watershed Councils, Louise Linton - landowner, Daniel Leavell - OSU Extension
Large Landscape Projects 2: The Ashland Forest All-Lands Restoration Project
Presenters: Darren Borgias - The Nature Conservancy, Chris Chambers - Ashland Fire & Rescue, Marko Bey - Lomakatsi Restoration Project
tools, agreements, & funding sources
Presenters: Ryan Gordon - Oregon Department of Forestry, David Ferguson - Natural Resources Conservation Service, Amy Markus - Fremont-Winema National Forest