Coalition News and Events hourly 1 1970-01-01T00:00+00:00 Friday, June 14 Huckleberry field trip <div class="plain">Here is the agenda for the June 14 Huckleberry field trip.  We will meet at the Forest Service District Office in Council.  Activities start at 9:00 am. <br></div><div class="plain"><br></div><div class="plain"> <p class="plain">0900-0945 Whiteheaded Woodpecker (WHWO) presentation by Vicki Saab at Council District Office.</p> <p class="plain">0945-1005 Travel to Shingle Flat for field presentation of WHWO recovery report.</p> <p class="plain">1015-1035 Discussion of MCCM treatments contrasted with LCBC, MFWR, and proposed Huckleberry Treatments.</p> <p class="plain">1035- 1150 Travel to Huckleberry </p> <p class="plain">1150-1205 Stop 1. Discussion of past treatment, succession and development of the resulting stand and proposed treatment (CT-FT) in a plantation.</p> <p class="plain">1205-1235 Lunch</p> <p class="plain">1230-1245 Travel</p> <p class="plain">1245- 1315 Stop 2 Regeneration Stand with MSw as a proposed treatment. Plantations with proposed NCT treatments at the same stop.</p> <p class="plain">1315-1345 Travel</p> <p class="plain">1345-1405 Stop 3 Discussion of past treatment, succession and development of the resulting stand and proposed treatment (CT-FT) in a stand regenerated without planting (Seed tree cut).</p> <p class="plain">1405-1420 Travel</p> <p class="plain">1420-1440 Stop 4. Discussion of decom roads/permittee coordination</p> <p class="plain">1440-1600 End of Field Trip Travel Back to Council.</p> </div> Paul_Litow 2019-06-12T10:36:36-07:00 Friday, June 14 Huckleberry field trip PFC June Meeting Agenda <p class="plain">The June 20th meeting agenda is available in the <a rel="" link="" target="_blank" href="" class="plain">Library for Meeting Notes and Agendas.</a></p><div class="plain"><br></div><div class="plain">Please note the references included on page 2.  The references provide background for the review of the Huckleberry DEIS, and a link <a link="" rel="" target="_blank" href="" class="plain">to a Forum Discussion</a> to post questions or comments prior to the meeting.</div><p class="plain"></p> payetteforestcoalition 2019-06-08T09:52:36-07:00 PFC June Meeting Agenda Forest Supervisor Notes: May 2019 <p class="plain"><img width="400" daid="17986881" src='//' border="0"></p><div class="plain"><br></div><div class="plain"><a link="" rel="" target="_blank" href="" class="plain">Forest Supervisor Notes for May 2019>></a></div><p class="plain"></p> payetteforestcoalition 2019-05-31T15:48:40-07:00 Forest Supervisor Notes: May 2019 Huckleberry DEIS <p class="plain">All,</p> <p class="plain"> </p> <span style="" class="plain">The Huckleberry DEIS may be seen <a link="" target="_blank" href="">here</a>.  The Forest Service found out that it will take 4 - 6 weeks for Washington Office review and approval before it can be put on the Federal Register (which starts the clock for the comment period).  Until that time no comments will be accepted from the public or the PFC.  We will still hold our meeting Friday, May 24 as planned to begin discussion and consensus building and the field trip will still be held June 14th.</span> Paul_Litow 2019-05-19T19:55:49-07:00 Huckleberry DEIS How Scientists are trying to predict wildfire movement <p class="plain"><a link="" rel="" target="_blank" href="" class="plain">How scientists are trying to predict wildfire  movement</a></p> payetteforestcoalition 2019-05-17T11:49:49-07:00 How Scientists are trying to predict wildfire movement 2018 Annual CFLRP Report for WLSH <p class="plain">The 2018 annual report for the Wieser-Little Salmon Headwaters  Landscape is available in the <a link="" rel="" target="_blank" href="" class="plain">CFLRP Document Library.</a></p><div class="plain"><br></div><div class="plain">Due to the full meeting agendas in the upcoming months, let's use this Forum discussion thread to post questions or comments about the report.  At the end of a future PFC meeting, I will distribute the updated tracking/accomplishments spreadsheet and summarize  questions and comments received.</div><div class="plain"><br></div><div class="plain">Please note on page 22 the report summarizes footprint acres.  I remember from previous reviews that this metric is always an important topic for the PFC.</div><div class="plain"><br></div><div class="plain">Thank-you,</div><div class="plain">Amie Anderton</div><p class="plain"></p> payetteforestcoalition 2019-05-08T13:32:47-07:00 2018 Annual CFLRP Report for WLSH PFC May Meeting Agenda <p class="plain">The agenda for the May meeting is posted in the <a link="" rel="" target="_blank" href="" class="plain">Meeting Library>></a></p><div class="plain"><br></div><div class="plain">Please note the date and time change:</div><div class="plain"><ul><li class="plain">May 24th</li><li class="plain">9:30 am</li></ul><br></div><div class="plain">Thanks, </div><div class="plain">Paul</div><p class="plain"></p> payetteforestcoalition 2019-05-07T09:53:55-07:00 PFC May Meeting Agenda PFC May Meeting - Save the Date <p class="plain">All,</p><p class="plain"><br></p><p class="plain">May 24 received the most votes for our alternative meeting date.  <a link="" rel="" target="_blank" href="" class="plain">Results are available here</a>.  </p><p class="plain"><br></p><p class="plain">I will coordinate with Forest Service about the location (McCall or Council) and advise you shortly.  Thank you for your participation. </p><div class="plain"><br></div><div class="plain">Paul</div> payetteforestcoalition 2019-04-28T18:09:11-07:00 PFC May Meeting - Save the Date Alternative May meeting date <p class="plain">Iíve been informed that the Huckleberry DEIS may not be back from the writer/editor in time to give the PFC a week to review the document prior to our scheduled May 16 meeting.  Current estimate for DEIS release is sometime between May 13 and 16.  I connected with the Steering team and Forest Service, discussed the issue, and proposed changing our meeting date.  They believe this is a reasonable approach.  Three potential meeting days have emerged.  Iíve set up a Doodle poll to see which is the most preferable for the majority of PFC members.  </p> <p class="plain"> </p> <p class="plain">May 23 would be held in Council as the conference room at the McCall office is unavailable.  This is the Forest Serviceís preferred date (most staff available).  </p> <p class="plain"> </p> <p class="plain">May 24 could be held either at McCall (as of today) or Council.  If the McCall conference room is still available by the time the poll closes, weíll meet there.  </p> <p class="plain"> </p> <p class="plain">June 6 would be held in Council as the conference room in McCall is unavailable.</p> <p class="plain"> </p> <span style="" class="plain">Please take the <a link="" target="_blank" href="">Doodle</a> poll here.  Poll closes Sunday, April 28 at 5:00 pm.</span> Paul_Litow 2019-04-24T10:27:01-07:00 Alternative May meeting date PFC April Meeting Agendas <p class="plain">Two agendas for April are posted in the <a link="" rel="" target="_blank" href="" class="plain">PFC Meeting Library</a>:</p><div class="plain"><ul><li class="plain">April 17 - Land Allocation Committee</li><li class="plain">April 18 - PFC Monthly Meeting</li></ul><br></div><div class="plain">Please note the meeting times and location in the agenda headers.</div><p class="plain"></p> payetteforestcoalition 2019-04-12T16:05:50-07:00 PFC April Meeting Agendas