Saturday, 09 November 2013
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The Dinkey Landscape Restoration Project is hosting two, 3-hour public workshops to discuss results identified in a recent socioeconomic study conducted by the Sierra Institute for Community and Environment, Nov. 20. Participants will learn about and help identify socioeconomic issues of concern in the Dinkey Landscape Restoration Project area. They will also help identify measures and indicators that will be used in the Dinkey Landscape Restoration Project social assessment work. The workshop in Clovis is from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. at the Forest Supervisor’s Office (1600 Tollhouse Road) and the Shaver Lake workshop is from 5:30 to 8:30 p.m. at the Central Sierra Historical Society Museum (42642 Tollhouse Road, Shaver Lake).   The Dinkey Landscape Restoration Project is a science-based, ecological restoration initiative covering 154,000 acres in the southern Sierra Nevada Range of California. The greater Dinkey community, including California Native American Tribes and youth, works together with Sierra National Forest to: restore and maintain ecosystems adapted to fire, and their natural fire regimes; promote ecosystem diversity, habitat connectivity, and landscape integrity; maintain viable populations of the full complement of fish and wildlife; protect fundamental ecosystem and watershed functions; and increase ecosystem resilience to stressors, thereby improving the ability of ecosystems, habitats, or species to cope with climate change impacts. For more information about these meetings, contact Monitoring Program Co-Lead, Stan Van Velsor at: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

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