Event Title

The Monroe Mountain Working Group: Benefits and Challenges of Collaboration

Presenter Information

Bull Hopkin

Location

USU Eccles Conference Center

Event Website

http://www.restoringthewest.org

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Abstract

In August of 2015, the Richfield Ranger District of the USFS released a ‘Final Environmental Impacts Statement and Draft Record of Decision’ for a 10 year plan to improve aspen ecosystems on Monroe Mountain. This was the culmination of a 4 year collaborative effort. This presentation discusses how a group of more than 20 stakeholders arrived at consensus on management changes and restoration projects aimed at improving aspen ecosystem health on Monroe Mountain.

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Bill Hopkin is a Grazing Specialist, Utah Department of Agriculture and Food, Salt Lake City, Utah

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Oct 28th, 11:30 AM Oct 28th, 12:00 PM

The Monroe Mountain Working Group: Benefits and Challenges of Collaboration

USU Eccles Conference Center

In August of 2015, the Richfield Ranger District of the USFS released a ‘Final Environmental Impacts Statement and Draft Record of Decision’ for a 10 year plan to improve aspen ecosystems on Monroe Mountain. This was the culmination of a 4 year collaborative effort. This presentation discusses how a group of more than 20 stakeholders arrived at consensus on management changes and restoration projects aimed at improving aspen ecosystem health on Monroe Mountain.

https://digitalcommons.usu.edu/rtw/2015/Oct28/12