The Amador Fire Safe Council (AFSC) is seeking proposals from an independent contractor with the following qualifications: strong organizational and collaborative skills, grant writing and grant administration experience, wildland fire mitigation and planning experience, experience in forest management or similar experience that would be considered applicable to effectively perform as the AFSC Council Coordinator.
Understanding and Addressing Emerging Frustration Among Citizens’ Collaborative Groups Interacting with the USDA Forest Service
Unless action is undertaken to confront the problem of deepening frustrations by many citizens’ collaborative groups, it is likely that the collaborative outcomes envisioned by the USDA Forest Service will not be achieved. It is the hope of the authors that this paper will be instrumental in beginning a national dialogue concerning this growing trend of frustration among citizens’ collaborative groups working with the Forest Service and that actions can be taken to strengthen citizen collaboration.
Results of the Amador Calaveras Consensus Group (ACCG) projects: 2012 Report Provides Good News from U.S.D.A. Forest Service
Results of the Amador Calaveras Consensus Group (ACCG) projects: 2012 Report Provides Good News from U.S.D.A. Forest Service. Third Year of Program Reveals benefits to People, Watersheds, and Wildlife…