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Decision Support Tools for Natural Resource Managers in Sagebrush Communities and Across the Pacific Northwest

November 7, 2017 • Bend, OR • The Environmental Center
The Conservation Biology Institute, the Great Basin Landscape Conservation Cooperative, Oregon State University, and EcoAdapt hosted a workshop to present a series of decision support tools for land managers in the PNW.
Participants discovered and learned how to use web tools and explored how these tools can help inform protection and restoration priorities as well as site management decisions. Participants also had a chance to provide feedback to developers and scientists to improve web applications so they can best meet decision-making needs. While some tool presentations focused on sage-steppe in Oregon, most applications have been developed for a larger portion of the Pacific Northwest or Great Basin.
Date: Tuesday, November 7, 2017
Agenda & Speakers
Webinar: Recordings of presentations are linked below.
To learn more, sign up as a beta tester for any of the tools presented, or provide feedback contact Dominique Bachelet at
Reading & Resources
Decision Support Tools
    Conserving Nature's Stage (CNS): Terrestrial Climate Resilience
    Nature's Stage Climate Mapper: Mapping Exposure and Resilience to Climate Change Across Pacific Northwest Landscapes
    Landscape Simulator Tool Land Treatment Digital Library and Planning Tool
    Sage-Grouse Conservation Partnership (SageCon) Decision-Support Tools
    Department of Interior (DOI) Tools
    (Please be aware that several of these resources are still under development.)