October 29, 2020 3:30 pm / 5:30 pm Los Angeles
Take any map of California and you’ll see a ‘checkerboard’ of owners like puzzle pieces dotted across the landscape. Of California’s 44 million acres of forest land, 57% is federally owned and 40% is owned by families, Native American tribes or private companies. Unfortunately, fire spreads according to ecological, not political, boundaries. This panel of landowners will take a deep look at management of land across boundaries and explore the opportunities and challenges in collaborating across the checkerboard. Join this virtual event for a chance to learn, network and engage with experts.