Interagency Clearinghouse of Ecological Information

2018 Integrated Planning for and Management of Recreation and Wildlife Resources

Building a Shared Understanding of Obligations, Opportunities, and Challenges

Agenda


Welcome! Intro.

Cheryl Friesen, Science Liaison, USFS

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Recreation and Wildlife: Laying the Foundation.

Zach Jarrett, Outdoor Recreation Planner, BLM State Office, Brad Cownover, USFS R6 Landscape Architect, and Josh Chapman, USFS R6 Wildlife Program Manager

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State of the Science -- Recreation use in the PNW: Trends, Economics, Visitor Interests.

Eric White, Research Social Scientist, USFS Pacific NW Research Station

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State of the Science -- An Overview. Identifying Potential Impacts and Understanding Tradeoffs.

Mike Wisdom, Research Wildlife Biologist, USFS Pacific NW Research Station

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What Research Tells Us About Interaction Between Wildlife and Recreationists.

Using a Broad-scale Spatial Analysis to Balance Use at the Landscape Scale.

Ashley D’Antonio, Assistant Professor, OSU

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Sharing Winter Habitats with Carnivores.

John Squires, Research Wildlife Biologist, USFS, Rocky Mountain Research Station, Missoula

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Elk responses to recreation on public forests.

Mary Rowland, Research Wildlife Biologist, USFS, PNW Research Station, LaGrande

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Corvids and Humans: Cumulative Impacts of Increased “Urbanization” of Our Wildlands.

John Marzluff, Professor, Environmental and Forest Sciences, University of Washington

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Understanding the Acoustic Environment: Synergistic Benefits to Humans and Wildlife.

Jesse Barber, Associate Professor, Boise State University

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Peer to Peer Sharing of “home grown” approaches for balancing resource objectives

Recreation Disturbance and Wildlife: Analyzing Impacts and Balancing Values on a Landscape.

Brock McCormick, Wildlife Biologist, Bend/Ft. Rock, Lauri Turner, Forest Wildlife Biologist, Deschutes NF, and Dennis Benson, Recreation Program Mgr, Deschutes/Ochoco NF

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Wilderness Stewardship Strategy: A Partnership for Wildlife and Recreation Management.

Ruby Seitz, Wildlife Biologist, and Tyson Cross, Wilderness Manager, McKenzie River RD, Willamette NF

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An uphill climb: Human and Mountain goat interactions on the Olympic National Forest.

Kurt Aluzas, Wildlife Biologist, Enterprise Program

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Cancelled: The Indian Ford Project: When Users Create Their Own Trails -- Balancing Mule Deer Winter Range & Recreationists.

Monty Gregg, Wildlife Biologist, Deschutes NF, and Dennis Benson, Recreation Program Mgr, Deschutes/Ochoco NF


Sandy Ridge Mt. Bike Trails and Roosevelt Elk: Learning to Share.

Corbin Murphy, Wildlife Biologist, NW Oregon BLM, and Zack Jarrett, Recreation Specialist, State Office BLM

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Techniques for Improving Effectiveness in Delivering Messages to the Public.

Troy Hall, Forest Ecosystems and Society, OSU

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The National Recreation Research Needs Assessment: What Are The Critical Local Knowledge Gaps?

Anna Miller, Post-Doctoral Student, PNW, Seattle and Monika Derrien, Sustainable Recreation Program Lead, USFS WO, Recreation & Heritage Program with Lee Cerveny, Research Social Scientist, USFS PNW Station, Seattle

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What did we hear? Folks at the NEPA table for left side/ integrated project development? Folks Partnering? New Opportunities? Innovative Planning Tools? Streamlining Techniques? What didn’t we hear? Future opportunities for revisiting sustainable recreation strategies.

Josh Chapman, USFS R6 Wildlife Program Mgr.; Bonnie Lippitt, USFS R6 Interpretation, Tourism, & Visitor Services Program Mgr.; & Zack Jarrett, Outdoor Recreation Planner, BLM State Office


Bonus Papers and Videos