Aspen Next Generation project virtual workshop
August 12, 2020 @ 12:00 pm - 1:30 pm MDT
Join Western Landowners Alliance and our partners Dan Binkley, Northern Arizona University, Bill Romme, Colorado State University, and Paul Rogers, Western Aspen Alliance, Utah State University, for a learning session on aspen and the Aspen Next Generation project. Registration is required.
Bill and Dan will walk us through their biggest findings from WLA’s Aspen Next Generation report. Paul will provide an update on his research on Aspen Ecology and Conservation (you can read more of Paul’s work on aspen management here).
Following the updates there will be a question and answer session. This is your opportunity to pick the brains of these experts! Please take some time to review these materials prior to the learning session if you can.
What is the Aspen Next Generation Project?
The Aspen Next Generation (ANG) Project aimed to foster the future of aspen by pulling together insights from landowners, agency personnel, and scientists across southern Colorado and northern New Mexico. We compiled insights and concerns about the condition of aspen regeneration from a broad range of people throughout the region. These insights could provide a foundation for a workshop to identify what is known, and what are the key areas of uncertainty, if further discussion would seem to be warranted. The summaries of conversations include our interpretations of what we heard, and despite our best efforts to draw out the key points, our summaries won’t represent the full perspective of anyone we talked with. We hope this report will stimulate further discussion, rather than be relied on as a record of any rock-solid conclusions.
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