Join the National Forest Foundation on March 8 (11:00 a.m. – 12:30 p.m. Pacific) for a web-based peer learning session entitled Forest Landscape Restoration and Water. The following is the description of the event from the Foundation:
Recognizing the importance of Collaborative Forest Landscape Restoration Programs (CFLRP) and other landscapes in providing high quality freshwater to downstream communities and instream biota, this webinar seeks to:
– Discuss the effects on water quality, quantity, and timing from the different types of forest management and restoration activities that occur on National Forest System lands (thinning, prescribed fire, roads, etc.).
– Enhance understanding of the regional variabilities in responses of water quality and quantity to forest management.
– Provide an overview of monitoring methods and case studies practitioners can use to better understand the connection between forest management activities and water quality and quantity in their area.
You can register for the event by clicking here.