Post-Conference Workshop: Volunteer-Based Programs
Do you run a program that includes the management or coordination of volunteers? Want to see how other programs across the country navigate this complex type of work? This dynamic half day workshop is just for you! During this workshop, you can expect to gain knowledge from a diverse range of programs, network with colleagues, and obtain valuable tools to enhance your existing program or develop a new one. Submit an abstract to share information from your program. Click HERE to see a draft schedule!
Post-conference Tour: Shared Stewardship
Travel to Chiloquin, Oregon to tour the Chiloquin Community Forest and Fire Project (CCFFP). The CCFFP is a partnership between private landowners, federal and state agencies, and other partners. The purpose of the project is to achieve fire resistance, fire response, forest health, wildlife habitat, and grazing objectives on private lands on a landscape-level scale, across boundaries, with Fremont-Winema National Forest.
Along the way, we'll hear from people like you who deliver programs like the Citizen Fire Academy Program, Learn & Burn Program, and the Master Gardeners Firescaping Program.
This post-conference tour is made possible by the generous support of the Northwest Fire Science Consortium.