Renewable Resources Extension Act of 1978 states:
Section 4(b): In meeting the provisions of this section, each State director and administrative heads of extension for eligible colleges and universities shall appoint and use advisory committees comprised of forest and range landowners, professionally trained individuals in fish and wildlife, forest, range ad watershed management, and related fields, as appropriate, and other suitable persons.
The Renewable Resources Extension Act Program develops and supports extension programs and partnerships to provide the information, tools and skills to improve forest health, resiliency and productivity, to identify economic opportunities, and to increase knowledge for better forest management in Alaska.
To achieve this mission the RREA Program must draw upon stakeholders and experts in Alaska for knowledge, advice and guidance. Our best source for this guidance is an active, well-informed, and committed Advisory Committee.
Alaska RREA Program Advisory Committee Members
|Nathan Lojewski||Chugachmiut, Forestry Manageremail@example.com|
|Clare Doig||Private Forestry Consultantfirstname.lastname@example.org|
|Will Putman||Tanana Chiefs Conference, Forestry Directoremail@example.com|
|Hans Rinke||State of Alaska Department of Natural Resources, Kenai-Kodiak Area Foresterfirstname.lastname@example.org|
|Sue Rodman||State of Alaska Department of Fish & Game, Program Coordinatoremail@example.com|
|Tim Kalke||Sustainable Energy for Galena, General Managerfirstname.lastname@example.org|
February 16, 2021, audio
December 14, 2020, audio
November 24, 2020, audio
April 9, 2020, audio
October 17, 2019, audio
April 17, 2019, face-to-face, Fairbanks
For more information, read the Alaska RREA Program Advisory Committee Charter.