As part of our tenth anniversary celebration, from now (the actual anniversary) for the next month, we are going to feature NCFP/TSW faves. Anyone can submit one and email me. All I ask is that you submit the link to the post, why it is your fave (or one of them), and why you think it’s still relevant today.
In Google, you can search a website like this site:forestpolicypub.com.
So, say you remember a post with Leiberg as a topic or possibly Leiburg (as it turns out I may have spelled his name wrong). Just Google using “leiberg” site:forestpolicypub.com. Or “Andy Stahl” (who wrote my personal favorite post of all time) or ….
So if you remember one that’s your fave, tell us why and email it to me, and I’ll repost. I’m also interested in other ideas for our anniversary celebration.
Here’s our original post from November 11, 2009:
The University of Montana’s College of Forestry and Conservation and the Forest Service are initiating a blog focused on the new forest planning rule. Our goal is to solicit broad participation from a cross-section of interests in a respectful atmosphere of mutual learning. We seek to hear from academics of all stripes, scientists, practitioners of planning and other past, current and future agency employees , lawyers, members of interest groups, and members of the public who will be working with local forest plans.
We believe that ideas will be stronger and choices clearer if developed through such a multidisciplinary, multi-perspective dialogue.
The blog is administered by Sharon Friedman (USFS) and Martin Nie (University of Montana).