Ecological Workforce Training

Ecological Workforce Training

Since 1999, we have trained hundreds of workers in ecological forestry, fire ecology, soils, wildlife habitat, plant associations, and watershed function, thus enabling them to carry out detailed ecological prescriptions and recognize unique situations in our diverse and complex ecosystems. Each year a total of over 150 workers, timber operators and contractors are trained and employed in our projects.

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Below: Setting up a monitoring plot — Lomakatsi’s Aaron Nauth (center) gives instructions, while Cece Headley (right) of the Alliance of Forest Workers Harvesters uses a compass to establish the bearing, and ecological forester Ken Baldwin (left) looks on — during the Community – Based Alliance for Training, Sustainable Stewardship Program (CATSS), Training Series #2, sponsored by the Alliance of Forest Workers; Harvesters and Lomakatsi Restoration Project, May 30th thru June 3rd, 2006, Tiller Oregon, Umpqua National Forest.

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