Zoom meetings: For specific dates please contact connie(at)cascadepacific(dot)org
Alsea SG - 4th Mondays @ 3-5 pm.
Hebo SG - 1st Thursdays @ 3-5 pm.
Marys Peak SG - 4th Thursdays @ 6-8 pm.
Siuslaw SSG - 1st Thursdays @ 1-3 pm.
Smith-Umpqua-Dunes - 4th Thursdays @ 1-3 pm.
Based on this stakeholder driven interest and the emergence of stakeholder groups wishing to engage in Forest processes, Cascade Pacific obtained grant funding and contracted with researchers Kailey Kornhauser and Meredith Jacobson at Oregon State University to explore the capacity for and support of a potential forest wide collaborative. Additionally, Cascade Pacific asked that researchers examine existing Stewardship Groups and the potential usefulness of Zones of Agreement, as well as current perceptions of the Siuslaw National Forest.
To view the report click here.
Siuslaw Collaborative Watershed Program, Accomplishment Summary Report 1999-2016. Two decades of developing collaboration and partnerships to benefit communities and promote productive forests, fish, and wildlife habitat in and around the Siuslaw National Forest
The Siuslaw Collaborative Watershed Restoration Program (SCRWP) has a new web story map. Click the link below to learn more about the program, see many maps and visuals of the stewardship group areas, a showcase of restoration projects completed and a description of how the program is structured. This map was funded by OWEB Federal Forest Health program and created by Debbie Johnson.
The 2019 Annual Joint Stewardship Meeting was held on April 17, 2019 at the Pacific Maritime & Heritage Center in Newport, Oregon. See below for the agenda and presentations.
Coastal Meadow Restoration on the Siuslaw National Forest presenter: Laresa Kerstetter, Wildlife Biologist, Central Coast Ranger District
GIS Web Story Map of the Siuslaw Collaborative Watershed Restoration Program (SCWRP) presenter: Debbie Johnson, Applegate Forestry and Integrated Resource Management
Exploring the Opportunity of a Forest-wide Collaborative on the SNF presenters: Meredith Jacobson and Kailey Kornhauser, OSU graduate students
The attached ACCESS® database is a compilation of the biophysical accomplishments and economic outcomes of the Siuslaw Collaborative Watershed Restoration Program (SCRWP) on the Siuslaw National Forest (SNF) including: Stewardship Timber Sales and On and Off Forest projects. The On and Off Forest projects are funded from retained receipts generated by the
Stewardship Timber Sales on the SNF. The SNF
provides appropriated funds annually for CPRCD to produce annual reports of the SCRWP accomplishments, outcomes and local economic benefits. The database is available to the public.
CLICK HERE - SCRWP Database to view and navigate the database. Download it, open and save/rename to your computer. This Tutorial will assist you in navigating the reports, spreadsheets, charts and more. Please contact us if you have any questions.
The 2018 Annual Joint Stewardship Meeting was held on April 10, 2018 at the Pacific Maritime & Heritage Center with 42 people in attendance. To download the meeting minutes and presentations please click on the links below.
Overview of Science and Aquatic Ecosystems in the Northwest Forest Plan Area , presented by Gordon Reeves (USFS)
Restoration Efforts for Snowy Plover Funded with Retained Reciepts, presented by Cindy Burns (USFS)
Technical Assistance and Science Support, Kendal Martel (SNW)
The 2017 Annual Joint Stewardship Meeting was held on January 18, 2017 at the Yachats Commons with 42 people in attendance. To download the meeting minutes and presentations please click on the links below.
Agenda / Notes (available soon)
Oregon NW Coast Meadows and Pollinators, presented by Doug Glavich (USFS)
Martens in the Coastal Dunes, presented by Mark Linnell (PNWR) (presentation unavailable) Related research by Katy Moriarty available here
On-Forest Retained Receipts Projects: Past, Present, and Future, presented by Paul Burns (USFS)
Wildlife Review of Off-Forest Projects, presented by Mick Mueller (USFS) (no powerpoint, just notes)
Stream Simulation- A Design Technique for Achieving Fish Passage, presented by Justin Anderson (USFS)
The 2016 Annual Joint Stewardship Meeting was held on January 20, 2016 at the Yachats Commons with 42 people in attendance. To download the meeting minutes and presentations please click on the links below.
Climate Change in the Coast Range: Effects and Responses on the Siuslaw National Forest - presented by Jane Kertis, SNF Ecologist and Kami Ellingson, SNF Watershed Restoration Program Manager
FY2014 Multi-Party Monitoring - Presented by Marc Barnes, Consulting Forester, Integrated Resource Management
Federal Forest Health Collaborative Grant Program - Presented by Chad Davis, Oregon Department of Forestry
The following reports and links provide important information on the impacts, importance and roles beavers play in our environment.
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