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March 01, 2005


Forest Service Announces Multiple "Forums"
Dave

The Forest Service recently unveiled multiple Intranet forums to help examine and evaluate policy and practice, "to exchange thoughts, ideas and knowledge on a variety of topics including planning, monitoring and inventory.” (FS folks can find these internal forums at http://frdev.ftcol.wo.fs.fed.us/imi/phpBB2/index.php.)

The agency also announced an "Ecosystem Management" public Internet forum dealing with Environmental Management Systems (EMS). This forum can be found at http://www.ecosystem-management.org/forum/.

We hope that Forest Policy - Forest Practice will be a compliment to these and other forums. By allowing different “communities of practice” to grapple with some of the same issues and cross-pollinating the efforts we hope to add value to all conversations. 

It will prove interesting to see how we do.

Posted by Dave on March 1, 2005 at 11:28 AM | Permalink

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