Thursday, 06 December 2012
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Please join the eighth in a series of Dialogs to discuss a range of critical issues that affect the Sierra Nevada and the Cascades and people who live, work, and recreate there.

During the Jan. 24th Science Synthesis session, scientists will present the work developed over 2012 to address a number of issues in the Sierra Cascades, including how they incorporated Dialog suggestions made in early 2012. In addition, scientists will stay for a poster session until 7:00. Participants can ask questions and connect with scientists.

On Jan. 25th, the Dialog will concentrate on the next stage of Forest Plan revision, focusing on existing conditions and trends for the entire Sierra Cascades as part of the bioregional assessment. Participants will review white papers on existing conditions and then identify future trends.

The attachments provide additional information and links to register for one or both days of this two day Dialog.  A direct link to register is also provided below.

Happy Holidays and we look forward to your participation in the upcoming Dialog.

Cheers, Deb Debra Whitall,
Ph.D.Social Scientist
USDA Forest Service, Pacific Southwest Region
1323 Club Dr.Vallejo, CA 94592
Ph. 707-562-8823
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