IFRP and MFCN invite forest collaborative groups to participate in a two day
workshop - Resilient Landscapes, Thriving Communities: Achieving A Collaborative Vision of the Future. This regional eventbrings together leaders from the timber industry, local government, conservation organizations, community groups, and land management agencies from across Idaho, Montana and eastern Washington. IFRP and MFCN have structured this workshop to share accomplishments and refine methods to achieve a collaborative vision for the future of our public forests.
Dates: March 20-21, 2018 Location: Coeur d'Alene Resort, Coeur d'Alene, Idaho Registration: $110 ($130 beginning February 17th)
Travel Assistance: A successful workshop, similar to an effective collaboration, depends on broad representation from diverse interests. IFRP and MFCN recognize 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.
Click on each of the topic headings below for details of the workshop.
The conference organizers encourage participants to book rooms at the Coeur d'Alene Resort. The total lodging revenue generated by attendees will reduce the meeting room charges for the event, keeping costs within budget .
A block of rooms is reserved for the nights of March 19-22. The conference rate is the federal per diem rate.