April 13, 2015: SWCC Meeting 9am-4pm (location and details coming soon).
May 10, 2015. SWCC Conference Call Meeting 9-10:30am.
August 9, 2015. SWCC Conference Call Meeting 9-10:30am (may be replaced with field trip).
November 15, 2015. SWCC Conference Call Meeting 9-10:30am.
New! Carnivore Monitoring Workshop: Presentations, notes, map, and attendee list from December 2015 workshop
January 25, 2016: Blackfoot Swan Landscape Restoration Project Update, Forest Service Center Horse presentation, SWCC Comment Letter on Center Horse Landscape Restoration Project DEIS
January 14, 2016: SWCC Comment Letter on Beaver Creek Landscape Restoration Project EA
New! Meadow Smith Monitoring Report: A comprehensive look at multiple monitoring efforts for one project and the larger story they can tell
FWP Aquatic Invasive Species Inspections Update for June 26, 2015 (partially funded with CFLRP funds)
June 9, 2015: Meeting Notes. Documents and Presentations: 1) SWCC Charter Amended 2015-6-9, 2) BSLRP Communications Plan 040915, 3) Black Hills Mountain Pine Beetle Response Project presentation, 4) Center Horse Update.
March 24-25, 2015: 2015 SWCC Adaptive Management Workshop Summary and Presentations: 1) Workshop Introduction, 2) Meadow Smith and Cooney McKay projects, 3) Social Survey Update, 4) Landscape Fire Analyses, 5) Fire Management Cost Savings R-CAT, 6) Herbicide Effectiveness Monitoring, 7) LiDAR Applications, 8) SWCC Meeting Attendance, 9) Forest Carnivore Monitoring, 10) Road Effects and Aquatic Systems, 11) Roads and Water Quality, 12) Citizen Science Stream and Forest Monitoring.
January 27, 2015: webinar by Anne Carlson (The Wilderness Society) on “Quantifying the Benefits of Watershed Restoration in the Face of Climate Change”
January 13, 2015: Meeting Notes. Presentations: 1) BSLRP Terrestrial Assessment Update, 2) BSLRP Aquatic Assessment Update, 3) Aquatic Assessment Part II: NRAP Young et al., 4) SWCC Landscape Level Climate Adaptation Update
November 12, 2014: Meeting Notes.
September 9, 2014: Meeting Notes.
May 2014: Summary of field trip hosted by the Northern Rockies Fire Science Network as part of the Large Wildland Fires Conference in Missoula. Field trip was titled “Fuels Reduction and Restoration in Mixed-Conifer Forests of the Southwestern Crown of the Continent” and organized by Travis Belote (the Wilderness Society) and Cory Davis (University of Montana and SWCC). Video coming soon!
Archived Meeting Notes