Oregon’s Forest Collaboratives: A Rapid Assessment Public Deposited

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  • Oregon leads the U.S. in the number and extent of established collaborative groups on national forests. Understanding similarities and differences in Oregon’s current forest collaboratives may aid more informed approaches to peer learning, policy, and technical assistance in public and private land natural resource management across the U.S. West. Our research found that Oregon’s forest collaboratives differ in several characteristics and reflect the landownership patterns and biophysical characteristics of the regions in which they operate in terms of their reported ownership focus and dominant activities. The majority of collaboratives did share a similar set of organizational characteristics, suggesting that these may have become a formula or template for collaboration in the state. Future study could examine if these characteristics can universally contribute to success for collaboratives with different settings and goals.
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  • Davis, EJ, L Cerveny, M Nuss, and D Seesholtz. 2015. Oregon’s Forest Collaboratives: A Rapid Assessment. Research Contribution Summaries - RCS 1, Forest Research Laboratory, College of Forestry, Oregon State University, Corvallis. 6 p.
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