Members of an interagency science team responsible for assembling a science plan in support of the Integrated Rangeland Fire Management Strategy are seeking your ideas for developing a prioritized list of actionable science needs that will form the basis for a strategic research program to be implemented in 2017 and beyond. Please see the attached flyer for more information.
The interagency team will host a series of web-based "town-hall" discussions to introduce you to the science plan and solicit your comments on the relative priority of each research need identified thus far. Each 2-hour discussion will focus on a specific topic per the following schedule:
Date Time (Mountain Daylight Time)
May 9 12-2 pm Fire and Invasives
May 10 2-4 pm Sagebrush, Sage-grouse, and Climate
May 13 12-2 pm Fire and Invasives
May 16 10 am-12 pm Restoration
May 18 11 am-1 pm Sagebrush, Sage-grouse, and Climate
May 20 2-4 pm Restoration
You are welcome to participate in one or all of the discussions, but you need an internet connection to participate. There is no advance registration required. Fifteen minutes prior to the session, simply go to https://meet39041854.adobeconnect.com/gnlcc and log in as a “guest”.