Amy Markus has a degree in Biology from Northland College and has worked as Wildlife Biologist on the Fremont-Winema National Forest for 20 years. Key interests include forest and aspen restoration at landscape scales through partnerships and collaboration.
Planning Multi-Ownership Forest Health Projects through Partnerships and Collaboration
Several partners in Lake County are working together on the North Warner Multi-Ownership Forest Health Project. This project provides a great model for how to approach landscape level forest health projects involving multiple partners and private landowners. Through this effort, the partners have discovered some lessons learned and tips for success that may be helpful to others working on similar projects.