IFRP invites Idaho forest collaborative groups to participate in a two day workshop -Shared Stewardship: Building a Common Vision for Idaho. The workshopbrings together leaders from the timber industry, local government, conservation organizations, community groups, and land management agencies from across the state. The collaborative groups in Idaho continue to evolve and innovate in their efforts to restore forests at a landscape scale. Public and private landowners share the resources in those landscapes, as well as the risks associated with the resource conditions. The Partners have structured this workshop to initiate a dialogue. The purpose is to engage collaborative groups in Idaho's strategy to implement the shared stewardship initiative.
April 30-May 1, 2019
Idaho Water Center, 322 E Front Street, Boise, Idaho
$25.00. Limit 80 people.
Travel Assistance: A successful workshop, similar to an effective collaboration, depends on broad representation from diverse interests. IFRP recognizes that travel costs can limit attendance. Our objective is to encourage participation by offering to offset travel costs. If travel costs prevent your participation, please review the information in the Travel Assistance heading listed below, and submit an application for assistance.
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The block of rooms at the Courtyard is completely booked.
A block of rooms is reserved at the Courtyard by Marriott for the nights of April 29-30. The workshop rate is $94/night.
To receive the conference rate, be sure to reserve your room by April 8th. If you choose to reserve by phone, inform the hotel staff that you are attending the SAF (Society of American Foresters) Meeting April 30 - May 1. The Workshop is still the IFRP meeting; the Snake River Chapter of SAF contracted with the hotel for the event.
TownePlace Suites Boise Downtown/University by Marriott