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Suggested Citation:"Appendix C: Registered Workshop Participants." National Research Council. 2014. Climate Change Education: Engaging Family Private Forest Owners on Issues Related to Climate Change: A Workshop Summary. Washington, DC: The National Academies Press. doi: 10.17226/18807.
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Appendix C

Registered Workshop Participants

Shorna Allred Cornell University
Keith Argow

National Woodland Owners Association

Theodore Beauvais

U.S. Forest Service

Patrick Bixler

Pinchot Institute

Leslie Boby

Southern Regional Extension Forestry, University of Georgia

Estelle Bowman

U.S. Forest Service

Brett Butler

U.S. Forest Service and University of Massachusetts, Amherst

Christine Cadigan

American Forest Foundation

David Campbell

National Science Foundation, Division of Research on Learning

Yolanda Castillo

http://htmlplanet.yolasite.com

Purnima Chawla

Center for Nonprofit Strategies

Julia V. Clark

National Science Foundation, Division of Research on Learning

Christopher Clarke

George Mason University

David Cleaves

U.S. Forest Service

Kim D. Coder

Warnell School of Forestry & Natural Resources, University of Georgia

Janean Creighton

Oregon State University

Karl Dalla Rosa

U.S. Forest Service

Karen Dante

U.S. Forest Service

Suggested Citation:"Appendix C: Registered Workshop Participants." National Research Council. 2014. Climate Change Education: Engaging Family Private Forest Owners on Issues Related to Climate Change: A Workshop Summary. Washington, DC: The National Academies Press. doi: 10.17226/18807.
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Cathy Dowd

U.S. Forest Service

Sandy Farber

University District of Columbia, Cooperative Extension Service

Mary Farrah

University of the District of Columbia, Cooperative Extension Service

Deborah Fialka

The American Chestnut Foundation

Geoffrey Feinberg

Yale University

James Finley

The Pennsylvania State University

Peter Gaulke

U.S. Forest Service

Victor Harris

Minority Landowner Magazine, Cierra Publishing Company

Joseph Heimlich

Ohio State University

Robert Hershey

Robert L. Hershey, P.E.

Rita Hite

American Forest Foundation

Colleen Hoffman

Association of Consulting Foresters

Scot Holliday

East Meets West Solutions

James Houser

James Houser Consulting Foresters, LLC

William Hubbard

University of Georgia, CES - Southern Region

Joshua Idassi

NC State University, Cooperative Extension

Kenneth Jolly

Maryland Department of Natural Resources, Forest Service

Michael Kilgore

University of Minnesota

Steven Koehn

Maryland Department of Natural Resources, Forest Service

Bill Labich

Highstead

Lyle Laverty

The Laverty Group

Claire Layman

Michigan State University

Monica Lear

Urban Forestry Administration, District Department of Transportation

Ericka Luna

U.S. Forest Service

Martha Lyman

Consultant, Community Forest Collaborative

Amanda Mahaffey

Forest Guild

Maureen McDonough

Michigan State University

Andy McEvoy

Hidden Valley Nature Center

Joanna Mounce Stancil

U.S. Forest Service

Allyson Muth

Pennsylvania State University

Frank Niepold

NOAA, Climate Program Office

Emma Norland

Cedarloch Research, LLC

Suggested Citation:"Appendix C: Registered Workshop Participants." National Research Council. 2014. Climate Change Education: Engaging Family Private Forest Owners on Issues Related to Climate Change: A Workshop Summary. Washington, DC: The National Academies Press. doi: 10.17226/18807.
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Eric Norland

USDA National Institute of Food and Agriculture, Institute of Bioenergy, Climate and Environment

Don Outen

Baltimore County Department of Environmental Protection and Sustainability

Alton Perry

Roanoke Electric Cooperative

Eli Sagor

University of Minnesota

Al Sample

Pinchot Institute

Robin Schoen

National Research Council, Board on Agriculture and Natural Resources

Allison Silverman

Center for International Environmental Law

Mary Snieckus

Natural Resource Policy Analysis

Maya Solomon

U.S. Forest Service

Susan Stein

U.S. Forest Service

Paul Stern

National Research Council, Board on Environmental Change and Society

Martin Storksdieck

National Research Council, Board on Science Education

Anne Tamalavage

American Geophysical Union

Billy Thomas

University of Kentucky

Bob Tjaden

University of Maryland, Environmental Science & Technology

Mary Tyrrell

Yale University, Global Institute of Sustainable Forestry

Margeau Valteau

U.S. Forest Service

Allison Van

Winrock International, Wallace Center

James Vose

U.S. Forest Service, North Carolina State University

Tamara Walkingstick

University of Arkansas

Robert Westover

U.S. Forest Service, Office of Communication

Lynn Wilson

Association of Consulting Foresters

Suggested Citation:"Appendix C: Registered Workshop Participants." National Research Council. 2014. Climate Change Education: Engaging Family Private Forest Owners on Issues Related to Climate Change: A Workshop Summary. Washington, DC: The National Academies Press. doi: 10.17226/18807.
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The forested land in the United States is an asset that is owned and managed not only by federal, state, and local governments, but also by families and other private groups, including timber investment management organizations and real estate investment trusts. The more than 10 million family forestland owners manage the largest percentage of forestland acreage (35 percent) and the majority of the privately owned forestland (62 percent). The Forest Service of the United States Department of Agriculture, which is responsible for the stewardship of all of the nation's forests, has long worked with private owners of forestland on forest management and preservation. At a time when all forestland is facing intensified threats because of the long-term effects of global climate change, the Forest Service recognizes that family forestland owners play a key role in protecting forestland. It is working to identify optimal ways to engage this diverse group and support them in mitigating threats to the biologically diverse land they own or manage.

Climate Change Education: Engaging Family Private Forest Owners on Issues Related to Climate Change is the summary of a workshop, convened by the National Research Council's Board on Science Education and Board on Environmental Change and Society as part of its Climate Change Education Roundtable series, to explore approaches to the challenges that face state foresters, extension agents, private forestry consultants, and others involved with private family forestland owners on how to take climate change into consideration when making decisions about their forests. The workshop focused on how findings from the behavioral, social, and educational sciences can be used to help prepare for the impacts of climate change. The workshop participants discussed the threats to forests posed by climate change and human actions; private forestland owners' values, knowledge, and dispositions about forest management, climate change, and related threats; and strategies for improving communication between forestland owners and service providers about forest management in the face of climate change.

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