About the conference
Pre- and Post-Wildfire Forest Management
for Ecological Restoration and Fire Resiliency
February 9-11, 2010
McClellan Park Lecture Theater, Sacramento, California
USDA Forest Service and the University of California
This conference brought over three hundred scientists, forest managers, environmental organizations, and interested members of the general public together to present and discuss information relevant to the management of forested land before and after wildfire.
The focus was on the conifer forest types common to the Sierra Nevada and Trinity-Klamath Region of California, but the information presented will have application to similar forest types in other regions.
This conference was attended by:
- Scientists engaged in research responses of forested ecosystems to wildfire
- Public and private forest managers
- Environmental and professional organizations involved with forest management policy
- Local government officials and decision-makers
Planning is underway for the April 27-28, 2011, follow up conference, Building on Science to Implement Landscape Level Treatments for Fire Resilience. Sign up on the website. to receive an e-maiil when registration becomes available.
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