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Governor's Task Force on Forests

Technical Presentations and Papers

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General resources

Fire and other disturbances


  • Statewide Resource Strategy, p 8
  • The Efficacy of Hazardous Fuel Treatments, Northern Arizona University
  • How Hazardous Fuels Treatments Helped Save the Middle Piney Summer Homes from the Fontenelle Fire
  • How Fuel Treatments Saved Homes from the 2011 Wallow Fire
  • Signs of Recovery for Colorado Forests in the Wake of the Mountain Pine Beetle


  • Influence of Mountain Pine Beetle Outbreaks and Drought on Severe Wildfires, CO and WY

Invasive Species

  • Early Detection and Rapid Response: National Forest Health Monitoring, Wyoming

Ecological Resilience

  • Dan Tinker Presentation, Resilience
  • Thirty Year Change in Forest Structure following 1980s Mountain Pine Beetle Outbreak, CO
  • A Framework for Ecological Restoration and Resiliency
  • WGFD Strategic Habitat Plan


  • USFS Starkey Project, impact of various types of recreation/trails/roads on deer and elk

Fire Management in the wildland urban interface

  • Headwaters Economics: Solutions to Rising Costs of Fighting Fires in the WUI
  • Wyoming State Forestry: County CWPPs


Resource Management

Administrative Processes
  • USFS Timber Management Administration
  • Wyoming Forest Products and Timber Harvest 2005
  • Burned Area Emergency Response (BAER)
  • AGO: Chpt 3 Working Together
  • Administrative Tools
  • Summary of Experiences with the Outfitter-Guide Permitting System

Cooperation, Collaboration, andPartnerships

  • Black Hills National Forest Advisory Board
  • Colorado Bark Beetle Cooperative
  • Uncompahgre Plateau Case Study
  • Utilization of Collaboration in Forest Planning

Wildlife Habitat

  • Where the Wild Lands Are: Wyoming

Data and Monitoring

  • The Unknown Trajectory of Forest Restoration: A Call for Ecosystem Monitoring


  • Headwaters Economics: Easements Page 35

Multiple Use

  • Forest Service: Mission
  • 13 Principles of Restoration: Montana Forest Restoration Committee
  • Trout Unlimited: Where the Wildlands Are


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