The Northern Rockies Fire Science Network and the USFS Rocky Mountain Research Station invite managers and scientists to an integrated fuel treatments field trip at the Priest River Experimental Forest in North Idaho. The field trip will focus on multidisciplinary research to help develop and evaluate alternative restoration/fuel treatments that are ecologically sound, socially acceptable, and economically viable. Scientists and managers will discuss these approaches and determine how they may meet some of the challenges managers face.
The field trip will be led by Terrie Jain, Russell Graham, and Andrew Hudak, all who are Research Foresters with the USFS Rocky Mountain Research Station in Moscow, Idaho.
Dates/times: June 13 - arrive 1pm PDT / overnight stay; June 14 - depart 12pm PDT
Location: Priest River Experimental Forest (facilities are on National Register of Historic Places)
Lodging: Bunkroom lodging for 22 individuals will be provided at no cost; tent and trailer space available
Meals: Family/picnic style dinner on June 13, breakfast and lunch on June 14, will be provided at no cost
Registration: Complete form below (there is no registration fee)
For questions, please contact Mary McFadzen
Download field trip flyer to post in your office lunch room and on bulletin boards.