IFRP invites Idaho forest collaborative groups to participate in a two day workshop - Sustaining Forest Collaboration in Idaho: Expanding Shared Stewardship of Federal Forests. The annual event brings 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. The Partners have structured this workshop to review progress to date and design strategies to expand shared stewardship of Idaho's federal forests through collaboration.
|Dates ||February 26-27, 2019 |
|Location||Riverside Hotel, Boise, Idaho|
|Registration||$110 Early Bird. $130 beginning February 1st.|
|Students||$60. See Travel and Student Assistance (below)|
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.
Student Assistance: Students currently enrolled in a college or university studying natural resource management or public policy may apply for registration assistance. Approved applicants will pay a reduced registration fee of $60.
Impact of Government Shutdown: The Partners are monitoring the status of the partial federal government shutdown. We will determine by the end of January if the annual conference will convene as scheduled. If we decide to cancel the conference, registration fees will be refunded in full.
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