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© All rights reserved. Front Range Roundtable Landscape Restoration Team Meeting 39 January 23,
© All rights reserved. Front Range Roundtable LR Team Agenda – Meeting Welcome 2.LCC results (Jenny, Jonas, & Paula) 3.Presentation on heterogeneity work (Yvette) 4.Update on progress towards an understory team (Paula) 5.Update on progress towards an operationalizing adaptive management team (Rob) 9:00-9:10 9:10-10:10 10:10-11:10 11:10-11:25 11:25-11:40
© All rights reserved. Front Range Roundtable LR Team Next Steps from the meeting 3 1.Paula: Schedule meeting with Claudia, Hal, Steve Olson, Steve Popovich to Identify possible team members and scope of work for understory team 2.Hal: a.Talk to Steve Popovich about understory team launch. b.Update the Colorado’s Fire Season slide for our About the Roundtable presentation (slide copied on next page). c.Update CFLR dollar amount received for 2013 for our Progress Towards the Roundtable Vision slide (slide pasted here for your reference). 3.Jeff: Talk to Steve Olson about understory team launch, Let Sara know too 4.Rob: Talk to Tony about if CFRI can offer capacity to understory team 5.Greg: We did not get to discuss this today, but can you please turn the AM paper into an “addendum to the CFLR monitoring plan” that we can post to the website? That is the last step on this effort (other than your team’s effort to publish a peer-reviewed article) 6. Terra: a.Post the attached documents to the LR page as meeting materials for today’s meeting b.Move 1/15 LR meeting to 1/23 (Thursday) – check with Yvette, Jenny, Jonas that they can present that day; change room reservation to 1/23 c.Ask Paige if she can present on UFCWRP on January 23 (also ask if there is someone else from TNC that can start regularly attending LR meetings now that Mike is retiring) – Paige wil present in February; she will start attending LR meetings as a TNC rep. d.Ask Kathie to send the S-E monitoring results for 2012 to post on website e.When Rob sends you 2012 CSE monitoring results, post to website f.Ask Jenny for 2011 LCC monitoring results for posting on website g.Check with Peter on if he loaded the movie he wants to show on 1/10 on the FTP site (and if so, let Gali know to download it to her laptop) h.Create new calendar slide for LR team i.Note: you do not need to update the XLS work plan – I am finding that keeping the PPT slides of next steps per meeting in the meeting document itself is working well as a tracking system (and reducing work) Here are the previous next steps from the Nov meeting that are still open: 1.Rob: schedule and hold organizing meeting of the “operationalizing adaptive management” team to set goals and work plan – by Jan LR meeting 2.Hal: Estimate acres of PP in CFLR landscape; figure out what watershed boundaries encompass the project area and how many acres that is (use HUC-6, same as Spatial Heterogeneity team) – Jan meeting 3.Peter: Put on FTP site the movie you want to show at the 1/10 RT meeting = Completed= On track= Needs attention= Deferred √ √ ? X √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √
© All rights reserved. Front Range Roundtable Vision Round -table Colorado’s Fire Seasons 4 Thousands of acres of wildfire per year (Total = 1.9 million acres of wildfire since 1995) Sources: 1995 – 2010: Rocky Mountain Area and Coordination Center Annual Activity Report ( ); Wildland Fire Activity by Cause, Combining Federal and Non- federal Agencies Within Each State (www.fs.fed.us/r2/fire/oo_annual_report.pdf); 2011 – 2012: Includes Hayman fire: $200 million of costs from the Hayman Fire alone, which accounted for one- fifth of all acres burned that year (138k acres) Includes Buffalo Creek fire: 12k acres Includes Bobcat Gulch fire: 11k acres Includes Fourmile fire: 6k acres Five years of implementation FRFTP formed Includes Waldo (18k acres) and High Park (87k acres)
© All rights reserved. Front Range Roundtable Progress Towards the Roundtable Vision 5 Direct Roundtable Successes 1.Launched the self-sustaining Woodland Park Healthy Forest Initiative (WPHFI) with seed funds of $75,000 provided by Roundtable members and partners, which the WPHFI leveraged into an additional $175,000 in other funding 2.Helped submit a winning proposal to the Collaborative Forest Landscape Restoration Program (CFLRP) for an additional $1 million for Front Range National Forests in FY10, $3.4 million in FY11, $3.1 million in FY12, and $3.8 million allocated for Partners’ successes consistent with recommendations 1.Long term stewardships contracts: Arapaho-Roosevelt and Pike-San Isabel (3,000 acres/yr for 10 years) 2.Increased federal funding for on the ground treatments: $1.8 mm more in 2008 than in 2006; $1 million in 2009 ARRA funds 3.Biomass utilization: bioheating in Gilpin, Boulder, and Park counties; planned in El Paso; 22 slash sites for private landowners across Front Range 4.CWPPs: 75 Front Range CWPPs approved (out of 151 completed in Colorado) 5.Policies: Passage of state legislation authorizing the creation of local Forest Improvement Districts
© All rights reserved. Front Range Roundtable 2014 Front Range Roundtable, LR & Wildlife Team Calendar 6 TeamEventLocationDateTime RoundtableQuarterly MeetingColorado Department of Wildlife - Colorado SpringsFriday, January 10, :30 LRLR Meeting 39JeffCo Taj Bldg, 100 Jefferson County Pkwy, GoldenThursday, January 23, am - 3pm WWTMonthly Meeting Colorado Department of Parks & Wildlife, 6060 Broadway, Denver; Pronghorn Room Tuesday, January 21, am - 3pm LRLR Meeting 40JeffCo Taj Bldg, 100 Jefferson County Pkwy, GoldenWednesday, February 12, am - 3pm WWTMonthly Meeting Colorado Department of Parks & Wildlife, 6060 Broadway, Denver; Red Fox Room Tuesday, February 18, am - 3pm LRLR Meeting 41JeffCo Taj Bldg, 100 Jefferson County Pkwy, GoldenWednesday, March 12, am - 3pm WWTMonthly MeetingUSFS Regional Office, 740 Simms St. GoldenTuesday, March 18, am - 3pm LRLR Meeting 42JeffCo Taj Bldg, 100 Jefferson County Pkwy, GoldenWednesday, April 9, am - 3pm RoundtableQuarterly MeetingTBDFriday, April 11, :30 WWTMonthly MeetingUSFS Regional Office, 740 Simms St. GoldenTuesday, April 15, am - 3pm RoundtableQuarterly MeetingTBDFriday, May 9, :30 LRLR Meeting 43JeffCo Taj Bldg, 100 Jefferson County Pkwy, GoldenWednesday, May 14, am - 3pm WWTMonthly MeetingUSFS Regional Office, 740 Simms St. GoldenTuesday, May 20, am - 3pm LRLR Meeting 44USFS-ROWednesday, June 11, am - 3pm WWTMonthly MeetingUSFS Regional Office, 740 Simms St. GoldenTuesday, June 17, am - 3pm LRLR Meeting 45JeffCo Taj Bldg, 100 Jefferson County Pkwy, GoldenWednesday, July 9, am - 3pm LRLR Meeting 46JeffCo Taj Bldg, 100 Jefferson County Pkwy, GoldenWednesday, August 13, am - 3pm RoundtableQuarterly MeetingTBDFriday, August 29, :30 LRLR Meeting 47USFS-ROWednesday, September 10, am - 3pm LRLR Meeting 48USFS-ROWednesday, October 8, am - 3pm LRLR Meeting 49JeffCo Taj Bldg, 100 Jefferson County Pkwy, GoldenWednesday, November 12, am - 3pm RoundtableQuarterly MeetingTBDFriday, November 14, :30 LRLR Meeting 50JeffCo Taj Bldg, 100 Jefferson County Pkwy, GoldenWednesday, December 10, am - 3pm Red = changes
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