Collaboration From Administration to Administration
Idaho's collaborative groups are committed to promoting forest restoration on federal lands. National elections and new Administrations may modify policy impacting public lands management. What is the potential impact on collaborative groups engaged in forest restoration?
This regional eventbrings together leaders from the timber industry, local government, conservation organizations, community groups, and land management agencies from across Idaho. IFRP has structured this virtual conference to include informative presentations, panel discussions on current issues, and break-out sessions.
Dates: April 27-28, 2021
Time:9:00 am - 12:30 pm MDT
Registration Assistance: A successful workshop, similar to an effective collaboration, depends on broad representation of diverse interests. IFRP recognizes that registration fees can limit attendance.
Our objective is to encourage participation by offering scholarships to offset costs. If the registration fee prevents your participation, please review the information in the Registration Scholarships heading listed below for description of eligibility, and submit an application for assistance.
Approved applicants will pay a reduced registration fee of $25.
Click on each of the topic headings below for details of the workshop.
Registration and payment authorize your participation in the Virtual Sessions.
Confirmed registrations will receive an email authorization 24 hours prior to the Session, with the link to join the conference.
Breakout Sessions: Registration includes your selection of Breakout Sessions. Please review the agenda to view Day Two Breakout Session options, and select your preference from the options in the registration form. Select from the options in order to participate.