Planning for Growth and Open Space Conservation Webinar Series: Session #11--An All Lands Approach to Ecosystem Services: Water Focus
Time: Wednesday, February 27, 12:00 - 1:30 pm, Mountain Time
Summary: The emergence of ecosystem service markets as a tool for planning and conservation efforts is a growing trend. The Forest Service is supporting various programs and partnerships across public and private lands to conserve water resources, create markets, and test new protocols. Emily Weidner from the Washington D.C. office will discuss the Forest Service’s Ecosystem Services Program. Then Claire Harper will discuss the Denver Water Partnership in Colorado, and Bob Deal will discuss the Willamette Partnership in the Pacific Northwest.
Scheduled speakers to include:
- Emily Weidner: USFS, Cooperative Forestry - Washington D.C.
- Claire Harper: USFS Cooperative Forestry – Rocky Mountain Region
- Bob Deal: Pacific Northwest Research Station
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This series is sponsored by the National Open Space Conservation Group of the USDA Forest Service and Clemson University.
**SAF or ISA Continuing Forestry Education (CFE) credits are available for this webinar. AICP CM credits have been requested.**