People and Ecosystems of the Rogue Basin

The Rogue Basin is a diverse ecological, social and political landscape of importance to a wide range of stakeholders. The Southern Oregon Forest Restoration Collaborative has partnered with several organizations, such as Defenders of Wildlife, The Institute for Natural Resources, The Pacific Northwest Forest Service Research Station, The Freshwater Trust, ECONorthwest, and others in an effort to gather broad information relevant to land management on the ecological values, economic values, and social values of nature in the Rogue Basin. In July, 2014, a workshop was ...

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Fire Adapted Communities Learning Network

The Collaborative was recently selected as a pilot “hub” of the Fire Adapted Communities Learning Network. The purpose is to share learning, innovation and integration across the three goals of the National Cohesive Wildland Fire Strategy - resilient landscapes, fire adapted communities, and wildfire response - by working with partners to facilitate regional adoption, innovation and diffusion of best practices associated with FAC programs. The network will also provide a feedback loop to federal leaders to more efficiently and effectively support fire adapted ...

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