The Rogue Basin action plan for resilient watersheds and forests in a changing climate Public Deposited

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Editors: Gwen Griffith, Toby Thaler, Alyx Perry, Todd Crossett, and Ray Rasker. Prepared in Cooperation with: George McKinley, SOFRC Executive Director. Ken Wearstler, USFS Climate Change Coordinator, Kerry Metlen, The Nature Conservancy Forest Ecologist

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  • The Southern Oregon Forest Restoration Collaborative (SOFRC), the Model Forest Policy Program (MFPP) and the Rogue River-Siskiyou Forest Service (RRSFS) have a shared vision to enhance the resiliency of our communities and forests. In 2012, the Collaborative took the leadership role to engage in the Climate Solution’s University (CSU) Plan Development Program created by the Model Forest Policy Program in partnership with the Cumberland River Compact. The goal of CSU is to empower rural, underserved communities to become leaders in climate resilience using a cost effective distance learning program. This climate action plan for the Rogue Basin is the result of a year of community team effort, bringing in an array of stakeholders and expertise, building partnerships, extensive information gathering, critical thinking, and engaged planning. The result is a localized, actionable plan that the community can support and implement in the coming years. The outcome will be a community that has strengthened capacity to be resilient to the inevitable impacts of climate change; a community with awareness, shared vision, and partnerships enabling it to withstand the impacts of climate change upon the natural resources, economy, and community.
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  • Myer, G. 2013. The Rogue Basin Action Plan for Resilient Watersheds and Forests in a Changing Climate. Thaler, T., Griffith, G., Perry, A., Crossett, T., Rasker, R. (Eds). Model Forest Policy Program in association with the Southern Oregon Forest Restoration Collaborative, the Cumberland River Compact and Headwaters Economics; Sagle, ID. December, 2013.
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