2015 – Present
David Diaz, Director of Forestry Technology & Analytics, leads a session on the Forest Planner tool at the 2017 Clackamas Tree School. Photo credit: Megan Foucht
Through open source, accessible mapping and data visualization tools, we help forest landowners gather critical maps and data about their forests and evaluate different management options that can deliver on the values they care about—usually by navigating and balancing tradeoffs between forest health and resilience, timber revenue, and habitat for fish and wildlife.
Using Landmapper, landowners and managers can create, save, download, and print maps to help make conservation and management planning easier.
Ecotrust created Forest Planner to enable fundamental scenario planning capacity for all Oregon and Washington forest managers. Users can visualize alternative management scenarios and receive immediate feedback on how decisions might pay off in terms of timber harvests and financial returns, as well as public benefits like carbon storage and ecosystem services.
Ecotrust Project Team & Services
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Brent Davies, Matt Perry, Will Moore
We build and deliver mission-aligned projects in partnership.
We contribute tools, analyses, and frameworks that move projects forward.
An organization working with public and private partners in Wallowa County and other rural communities in northeast Oregon to enhance opportunities on forests and grasslands while caring for the land and water for future generations
Based in the Northwest, NNRG is a ecological think- and do-tank that is working to strengthen the ecological and economic vitality of forests and communities by connecting people with the knowledge, skills, and markets they need to steward their land.