POSTPONED: 2022 Cross-Boundary Landscape Restoration Workshop

Please note that the March 2022 Cross-Boundary Landscape Restoration Workshop has been POSTPONED. We are very much looking forward to reconvening with you all, and you will be the first to know when new dates are set!

The workshop will be hosted at Colorado State University in Fort Collins for all-lands forest and fire management in Arizona, Colorado, New Mexico, and surrounding states. Find out about lessons learned from 20 years of fire on Western landscapes. The conference will explore MegaFire: Compounding Disturbances in a Climate-altered West.

The 2022 Cross-Boundary Landscape Restoration Workshop will bring together land and fire managers, researchers and stakeholders to develop strategies that apply evidence-based collaborative management of forest landscapes in the Intermountain West. We invite partners to share lessons learned from your engagement in local, regional, and national collaborative forest and fire restoration processes on federal and non-federal lands.

Who should attend? 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.

● Share successes and lessons learned on cross-boundary, collaborative efforts to restore and reimagine fire-adapted forest landscapes
● Co-develop recommendations, strategies, and resources for collaborative landscape-scale restoration projects
● Explore gaps and needs to better incorporate diversity, equity, inclusion, and justice in forestry, fuels, and fire research, and management