Facing Fire & Drought in a Changing West: Managing Federal Lands
December 18, 2020 @ 12:30 pm - 2:00 pm MST
Join us for a live panel discussion, where land managers will share their experiences managing land health and livestock grazing in areas impacted by drought and unplanned fire. In a time when the West is facing changing precipitation patterns and unprecedented wildfires, there is a need to learn from each other and the dynamic ecosystems we steward.
In this panel discussion, you will learn how land managers, including federal land managers, consider drought management, post-fire recovery, building resistant and resilient communities and operations, and the importance of partnerships.
Brenda Richards – Idaho Rangeland Conservation Partnership Coordinator, Rancher
Justin Howe – President, Gates Family Ranches, A Bar A, Big Creek, State Line & Sheep Rock, Encampment, Wyoming
John Ruhs – BLM Idaho State Director
Dwayne Rice – USFS, Region 2 Rocky Mountain Region, Range Program Manager
Jessica Crowder, Policy Associate, Western Landowners Alliance
Registration is simple, but required.
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