Facilitator and third party monitor selected for upcoming projects
March 29, 2016
The SWFC hiring committee and SWFC board selected SWFC coordinator Sarah Altemus-Pope to facilitate the Outlook Landscape Diversity Project (Outlook) collaboration committee and other upcoming projects with the Middle Fork Ranger District. It was exciting to learn about the commitment each candidate has to using collaborative processes for multiparty decision making. The committee and board were thoroughly impressed with the quality and experience of every facilitator that applied.
The SWFC board also selected the University of Oregon Ecosystem Workforce Program to provide third party monitoring and guidance for the Outlook collaboration committee. The EWP brings a breadth of experience and knowledge regarding forest collaboration in Oregon. The EWP will design an independent process monitoring plan, collect baseline data and post process data of the Outlook collaboration process, and advise the committee in designing its own multi-party project monitoring plan for project implementation. To learn more about the EWP check out their website http://ewp.uoregon.edu/
The SWFC looks forward to beginning the Outlook stewardship collaborative process soon and working with the Middle Fork Ranger District and our many partners.
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