The Roundtable on Sustainable Forest organizes two types of events: meetings and workshops. Roundtable meetings are the less formal of the two. Their primary function is to inform Roundtable participants of the Roundtable’s ongoing work and to solicit feedback and input to better inform the Roundtable process. In many cases, meeting participants hear from speakers or panels on topics of interest and learn about the projects and activities of other Roundtable organizations.
Roundtable workshops are more formal, structured events with specific goals and objectives. They are designed to produce a specific output for a specific purpose. Most Roundtable workshops are characterized by facilitated and balanced breakout groups that enhance the quality of dialogue and depth of feedback from workshop participants.
In the following sections, you will find summaries of many Roundtable meetings and workshops. If you need additional information or assistance, please contact Shawn Walker (email@example.com).
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Roundtable on Sustainable Forests Meeting
2015 National Report on Sustainable Forests Kickoff Meeting, April 2, 2013
- Meeting Agenda (.pdf)
- Participant List (.pdf)
- PowerPoint w/ Embedded Notes (.pdf)
- Orientation for Participants As We Prepare for the 2015 National Report (.pdf)
- Preparing for the Next National Report on Sustainable Forests: Observations from the 2010 Report (.pdf)
- Preparing for the Next National Report on Sustainable Forests: Preparations for the 2015 edition (.pdf)
Roundtable on Sustainable Forests Webinar
Preparing for the 2015 National Report on Sustainable Forests | Wednesday, March 20, 2013