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Next Sierra Cascade Dialog: October 15

Sierra Cascades Dialog 15 Planning Tomorrow’s Forests Today:Pacific Crest Trail, Wilderness, Wild and Scenic Rivers, and Species of Conservation Concern Thursday, October 15, 20159:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m. Sacramento Location, To Be DeterminedBishop Location, To Be Determined Please join us for the next in a series of Dialogs to discuss critical issues that affect the Sierra Nevada, the Cascades, and the people who live, work, and recreate there. Participants are invited to consider the future,…See More
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Plants, animals and people, oh my! Three elements key to shaping forest plans

Have you heard of a Species of Conservation Concern? If you’re familiar with the 2012 Planning Rule or involved in forest plan revisions, chances are you’re very familiar with this term. If not, then it’s important to know that a Species of Conservation Concern – or SCC – is a plant or animal for which we have concerns about its ability to live and thrive within a national forest.An SCC is specific to the Forest Service and comes from the 2012 Planning Rule and Forest Service Handbook. These…See More
Aug 13
Denise Adamic commented on Denise Adamic's blog post Forest Service shares species of conservation concern information for forest plan revisions
"Thanks, Erica! That's the hope - that we can keep people engaged and part of the process."
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Erica Schachtell commented on Denise Adamic's blog post Forest Service shares species of conservation concern information for forest plan revisions
"i love how this makes it so easy for ppl to submit feedback and participate in the process, Denise. Right on !! "
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Forest Service shares species of conservation concern information for forest plan revisions

VALLEJO, California, July 29, 2015 - The U.S. Forest Service's Pacific Southwest Region is sharing our draft proposed species of conservation concern (SCC) lists as part of the land and resource management plan revision process for the Inyo, Sequoia and Sierra National Forests. We are asking for public input that provides additional scientific information that may affect the draft proposed SCC lists. The process for plan revision includes indicating species of conservation concern for each plan…See More
Jul 29
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Northwest Forest Plan 20-year monitoring findings to be shared at June 9 public forum

 On Tuesday, June 9, 2015, the U.S. Forest Service and federal agency partners will be hosting a public forum to share key findings of the Northwest Forest Plan (NWFP) 20-year monitoring reports.The draft reports and two-page summaries provide an analysis of monitoring data gathered under the plan since 1994, with a focus on the last five years, and will be posted online at http://www.reo.gov the afternoon of Monday, June 8. The reports, which have undergone…See More
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Forest Service makes progress on plan revisions for the Inyo, Sequoia and Sierra National Forests VALLEJO, California, May 4, 2015 – The U.S. Forest Service’s Pacific Southwest Region continues to m…

Forest Service makes progress on plan revisions for the Inyo, Sequoia and Sierra National ForestsVALLEJO, California, May 4, 2015 – The U.S. Forest Service’s Pacific Southwest Region continues to make progress revising the land and resource management plans for the Inyo, Sequoia and Sierra National Forests.The Forest Service is revising the plans under the 2012 planning rule, which also tasks the agency with evaluating lands that may be suitable for inclusion in the National Wilderness…See More
May 6
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Chief Tidwell announces Rollout of Final Planning Directives

"One of the Agency’s key goals is to make the planning process easy to understand  in an effort to increase community involvement in protecting and restoring natural resources.   The final Directives provide direction and context for how the public can engage in planning activities.  The revisions incorporated into the final Directives will support efforts to strengthen the efficiency and effectiveness of planning processes." ~Chief TidwellHere is the link -------> …See More
Feb 2
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It's this week!!! Sierra Cascades Dialog #14

Don't forget . . . .Sierra Cascades Dialog #14 MONITORING ECOLOGICAL, SOCIAL, AND ECONOMIC SYSTEMS TO INFORM FOREST MANAGEMENT Thursday, January 22, 201510:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. Please join us in a dialog focused on the future of the Sierra Nevada and the Cascades, specifically on national forest lands. The Dialogs provide opportunities for learning, aligning actions, and understanding a broad range of perspectives.This Dialog will focus on Monitoring as it relates to forest planning and…See More
Jan 20
Katherine Glover commented on Gina Griffith's group San Bernardino National Forest Researchers
"Thanks so much for the quick reply; this is very interesting and I figured knowledge about the Serrano tribe would not be as easy-to-find as other paleoclimate papers I tend to search for and read. The closest thing I'd found about occupation…"
Jan 8
Gina Griffith commented on Gina Griffith's group San Bernardino National Forest Researchers
"Regarding knowledge of local Serrano tribes and the use of Big Bear area in the past, we have basically three sources.  We have ethnographic notes dating to 1918: J.P Harrington took a couple of Serrano Indians from San Manuel into the…"
Jan 8
Gina Griffith commented on Gina Griffith's group San Bernardino National Forest Researchers
"Hi Katherine!  I'm so glad you posted!  There are some folks that I should invite to this page,  I've been away for a while too.  I knew it would go pretty slowly though, we don't get that many requests to do…"
Jan 8
Katherine Glover commented on Gina Griffith's group San Bernardino National Forest Researchers
"Hi all, Thought I'd check out this space again and post an update. I'm a UCLA grad student studying landscape change in the Big Bear Valley over the past 100,000 years. Most of the evidence we have is from a lake core we took at Baldwin…"
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Next Sierra Cascade Dialog: October 15

Posted by Denise Adamic on September 2, 2015 at 5:50pm 0 Comments

Sierra Cascades Dialog 15

 

Planning Tomorrow’s Forests Today:

Pacific Crest Trail, Wilderness, Wild and Scenic Rivers, and Species of Conservation Concern

 

Thursday, October 15, 2015

9:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m.

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Plants, animals and people, oh my! Three elements key to shaping forest plans

Posted by Denise Adamic on August 13, 2015 at 9:13am 0 Comments

Have you heard of a Species of Conservation Concern? If you’re familiar with the 2012 Planning Rule or involved in forest plan revisions, chances are you’re very familiar with this term. If not, then it’s important to know that a Species of Conservation Concern – or SCC – is a plant or animal for which we have concerns about its ability to live and thrive within a national forest.…

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Forest Service shares species of conservation concern information for forest plan revisions

Posted by Denise Adamic on July 29, 2015 at 8:47pm 2 Comments

VALLEJO, California, July 29, 2015 - The U.S. Forest Service's Pacific Southwest Region is sharing our draft proposed species of conservation concern (SCC) lists as part of the land and resource management plan revision process for the Inyo, Sequoia and Sierra National Forests. We are asking for…

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Northwest Forest Plan 20-year monitoring findings to be shared at June 9 public forum

Posted by Denise Adamic on June 5, 2015 at 12:46pm 0 Comments

 On Tuesday, June 9, 2015, the U.S. Forest Service and federal agency partners will be hosting a public forum to share key findings of the Northwest Forest Plan (NWFP) 20-year monitoring reports.…

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Sierra Forest Living Assessment: Designated Areas: Wild and Scenic Rivers

Started by Steven L. Evans Jul 1, 2013. 0 Replies

COMMENTS OF FRIENDS OF THE RIVER AND THE CALIFORNIA WILDERNESS COALITION CONCERNING THE SIERRA NATIONAL FOREST LIVING ASSESSMENT: DESIGNATED AREAS; WILD AND SCENIC RIVERS July 1, 2013 Incorrect…Continue

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USFS Pack Mule Program

Started by Peter Kriger. Last reply by Colleen McGuire Norris Jun 18, 2013. 5 Replies

Here is a nice look at the USFS Packers and their mules. Only five middle age guys left doing this job. While Backcountry Horsemen volunteer to help doing a similar job, I wonder if there is a plan…Continue

the Mountain Beaver Continued - old news to some, new news to me

Started by Colleen McGuire Norris Jun 18, 2013. 0 Replies

I was so excited about the Beaver on the Kern Plateau, I contacted someone I know who works for BLM and who is an expert in watershed and arid areas. She works in Arizona and told me about the San…Continue

Photos of beaver activity

Started by Colleen McGuire Norris Jun 15, 2013. 0 Replies

The photo of the pond looking back out over the damn shows the original stream bed in the distance. This stream bed will probably fill back in with water as they build more ponds. Currently they are…Continue

 
 
 

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