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Title: Managing by Network--Case Studies FY 2010



Managing by Network--Case Studies FY 2010

1.  Santa Rosa and San Jacinto Mountains National Monument, presented by James Foote, BLM Monument Manager, recorded: December 2009

2.  Headwaters Forest Reserve: Partnering in Restoration, presented by Dave Johnson, Archaeologist, BLM Arcata Field Office, recorded: March 2010

3.  Technological Opportunities for Community Collaboration. A Network Initiative by Marcia deChadenedes, Outreach and Partnership Coordinator, BLM California Coastal National Monument, CA (November, 2010)

4.  The Occoquan Water Trails Project & Wild and Wonderful Trails for Every Child. A Network Initiative by Anne O'Neill, Outdoor Recreation Planner, NPS National Capital Region (October, 2010)

5.  Cahuilla Tewanet Vista Point-Santa Rosa Wilderness. A Network Initiative by Tracy Albrecht, Interpretive Specialist, BLM Santa Rosa and San Jacinto Mountains National Monument, CA (October, 2010)

6.  Headwaters Forest Reserve 'Friends' Network. A Network Initiative by Chris Heppe, Headwaters Manager, BLM Arcata Field Office, CA (October, 2010)

7.  Partnerships for Recreation-Minera County. A Network Initiative by Dan Westermeyer, Outdoor Recreation Planner, BLM Carson City District, NV (September, 2010) 

8.  Friends of Texas Creek Off-Highway-Vehicle Area. A Network Initiative by Kalem Lenard, Outdoor Recreation Planner, BLM Royal Gorge Field, CO (September, 2010)

9.  Trails Coordinator Evolution. A Network Initiative by John Kurtz, Outdoor Recreation Planner, BLM Shoshone Field Office, ID (September, 2010)

10.  Partnering and Networking at the Ironwood Forest National Monument. A Network Initiative by Mark Lambert, Monument Manager, BLM Tucson Field Office, AZ (October, 2010)

11.  Giant Sequoia National Monument Association. A Network Initiative by Nancy Ruthenbeck, Forest Recreation, Lands, and Minerals Officer, USFS Sequoia National Forest and Giant Sequoia National Monument, CA (October, 2010)

12.  The North Coast Digital Heritage Project. A Network Initiative by Dave Johnson, Archaeologist and Tribal Liaison, BLM Arcata Field Office, CA (September, 2010)

13.  King Range Partners Make It Happen.  A Network Initiative by Rachel Sowards Thompson, Interpretive Specialist, King Range National Conservation Area, CA (October, 2010)

14.  Decade of Discovery: A Network for Science.  A Network Initiative by Marietta Eaton, NLCS Science Advisor, Headquarters Office, Washington DC  (October, 2010)


Files (click to access):
File NameFile TypeFile Size
1. Santa Rosa and San Jacinto Mountains N.M.text/html4.64 KB
2a. Headwaters Forest Reserve (1024 x 768)text/html4.57 KB
2b. Headwaters Forest Reserve (800 x 600)text/html4.56 KB
3. Technologies for Community Collaborationopenxmlformats-officedocument.pres8.88 MB
4. Occoquan Water Trails Projectopenxmlformats-officedocument.pres13.10 MB
5. Cahuilla Tewanet Vista Pointopenxmlformats-officedocument.pres4.80 MB
6. Headwaters Forest Reserve Friends Networkopenxmlformats-officedocument.pres12.12 MB
7. Partnerships for Recreationopenxmlformats-officedocument.pres3.58 MB
8. Friends of Texas Creek OHV Areaopenxmlformats-officedocument.pres1.05 MB
9. Trails Coordinator Evolutionopenxmlformats-officedocument.pres334.73 KB
10. Partner & Network at Ironwood Forest N.M.openxmlformats-officedocument.pres1.52 MB
11. Giant Sequoia National Monument Associationopenxmlformats-officedocument.pres1.19 MB
12. North Coast Digital Heritage Projectopenxmlformats-officedocument.pres163.80 KB
13. King Range Partnersopenxmlformats-officedocument.pres4.47 MB
14. Decade of Discoverypdf23.29 MB

Related Links:
1. Friends of the Desert Mountains
2. California Coastal National Monument

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