Understanding and Addressing Emerging Frustration Among Citizens’ Collaborative Groups Interacting with the USDA Forest Service

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.

CFLR Annual Report 2015 Summary

CFLR Annual Report 2015 Summary

A one-page summary of the 2015 CFLR Annual Report is available here. For all Collaborative Forest Landscape Restoration Program (CFLR) funded projects, the Regional Forester prepares an annual report on the accomplishments of each selected proposal. The annual report...