Sustainable Forest action coalition Socioeconomic roundtable
California State University, Chico
Bell Memorial Union, Room 210
Thursday, February 26, 2015 10:00 AM – 4:00 PM
Join a discussion about the relationship between National Forests and our communities’ social and economic status. This meeting will identify the unique roles of National Forests, as a framework for applying socioeconomic information in the Forest Service planning process.
Event Purpose: The purpose of the roundtable is two-fold: first, to collaboratively describe the unique roles, contributions and impacts of national forests to local communities and second, to reach agreement on key social and economic contributions or impacts of Forest-level projects to local communities.
Event Goal: To form a consensus on a set of socioeconomic factors that are important to forest communities and that Forest Service staff can consider for inclusion in a document on regional guidance for socioeconomic NEPA analysis.
Register today at:
Includes lunch. Capacity limited to 100.
Thank you, contributors.
Bordges Timber California Farm Bureau
CIC Local Union 3074 El Dorado County Water Agency Healty Forests Healthy Communities, Inc. Economic Development Corporation
Sustainable Forest Action Coalition (SFAC) Recreation Outdoors Coalition
Counties: Siskiyou Plumas
Butte Sierra El Dorado Tuolumne Del Norte Lassen Shasta
Specific focus areas will include:
Wildlife, Fire,Water,Timber, Range, and Recreation