Kingswood Resort 
401 Country Club Drive
Clayton, GA 30525

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Angie Bell 
Chattahoochee-Oconee National Forests 

Foothills Landscape Collaboration Workshop - May 23-24, Clayton


We are pulling out the maps!!
Join us for the third of four collaborative workshops focused on developing a plan that will be used to create a proposed action for the Foothills Landscape. So far we have outlined the existing and achievable future conditions of the Foothills and worked to define goals that we would like to achieve. We will be discussing where we are going to take action to improve the resilience of the landscape. We will be drawing on maps, creating diagrams and pouring over photos.  
Foothills Landscape Workshop III
May 23: 9:00 am to 3:00 pm and/or May 24: 5:00 pm to 8:00 pm
Kingswood Resort
401 Country Club Drive
Clayton, GA 30525
Because we value and respect your time, we have structured the workshops so that the two days build upon one another but are independent. So if you attend one and not the other, your contribution will be meaningful and add value to the project. This also gives the option of attending the workshop during the day or evening (or both), depending on your work/life schedules.
What can you do to be ready?
Review the draft Restoration Plan Section I: Existing and Achievable Future Conditions and Section II: Restoration Goals. Section I is currently on the website. We are polishing up Section II and it will be on the website by May 15, 2017. You can also check out the harvests from Workshop I and Workshop II to get a sense of the conversations so far.  You can also find Foothills maps, including layers you can view on Google Earth, on our website under "Background Information" at the bottom of the page.
When to get on the bus
It is a great time to get on bus if you are interested in helping to develop the proposed action from the start. Prefer something more complete to so you can just provide feedback? Then plan to join us during our next round of Community Conversations this fall. Be sure to say informed by signing up for our project emails and taking a moment every once in a while to peruse the Foothills website.
Learning and Sharing
Visit www.tinyurl.com/FoothillsLandscape to keep up the conversations online. This online forum is the place to continue discussions, start new ones, post ideas and add comments on the restoration goals, treatment locations, and methods of treatment. The forum has been refreshed to build upon our recent conversations during Workshop I. You can still find last fall's Community Conversations here.
Thank you for helping make sure we are working together to do the right work in the right places for the right reasons.