In June, the National Forest Foundation convened a virtual peer learning session focused on COVID-19 and fieldwork on National Forest System lands. They joined many of their colleagues and partners from around the country to discuss early-season experiences and adaptations for organizations working on field-based projects during the pandemic. Session attendees expressed an interest in future virtual discussions, and they’re pleased to announce a continued conversation around COVID-19 learning and adaptations.
During this one-hour discussion space, they invite local implementing partners working on National Forest System lands to join with questions, experiences, and/or advice around their learnings and experiences. The goal is to make the time as productive as possible for everyone – and to facilitate and share learning around the country.
During this virtual conversation, attendees will have the opportunity to:
- Share mid- and late-season experiences and adaptations from implementing field-based projects during the pandemic.
- Present challenges they are still struggling with.
- Discuss COVID-related questions from partner organizations working on National Forest System lands.