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Engaging Individual, Family, and Community Forestland Owners on Issues Related to Climate Change: Workshop
Washington, DC

Day 1: August 26, 2013


Welcome to the NRC, Workshop Goals and Objectives

Martin Storksdieck, Board on Science Education (BOSE), NRC
Jim Finley, Pennsylvania State University and Committee Chair
David Cleaves, U.S. Department of Agriculture


The Changing U.S. Forests: Human and Climate Impacts: Overview of Climatic and Human Impacts on US Forests
James Vose, U.S. Forest Service


Audience Questions and Comments


Getting to Know Individual, Family, And Community Forestland Owners: Values and Knowledge
Data on Forestland Owner Values, Knowledge, and Management Practices

Brett Butler, U.S. Forest Service and University of Massachusetts, Amherst


Janean Creighton
, Oregon State University


Mary Tyrrell
and Geoffrey Feinberg, Yale University


Communicating About Forests and Climate Change: Forestry Communication and Outreach Case Studies: Series 1

Bill Labich, Highstead


Eli Sagor, University of Minnesota


Tamara Walkingstick, University of Arkansas


Audience Questions and Comments


Communicating About Forests and Climate Change: Forestry Communication and Outreach Case Studies: Series 2

Martha Lyman, Consultant (Founding Partner of Community Forest Collaborative)


Allyson Muth, Pennsylvania State University


Don Outen, Baltimore County


Lyle Laverty, The Laverty Group



Reflections from Social and Behavioral Science Perspectives

Purnima Chawla, Center for Nonprofit Strategies


Maureen McDonough, Michigan State University


Audience Questions and Comments


Day-One Wrap Up & Overview of Day-Two

Martin Storksdieck, BOSE
Jim Finley, Pennsylvania State University and Committee Chair

The National Academies