Bolle Center Director, Jill Belsky, along with Neva Hassainen, Dept of Environmental Studies, were the local chairs organizing a major, international conference on food and agriculture held at the University of Montana from June 9-12, 2011 . Attendance was by registration only. Information about the event is available online here.
Public Lecture - Gayle D. Ness, Professor Emeritus of Sociology, University of Michigan"Insights from the Demographic Transitions"
Monday, October 10, 2011, 4-5:30, Mansfield Center Seminar Room (Mansfield Library Level 4)
Natural Resource Environmental Policy Forum
The forum series is convened by the Center for Natural Resources and Environmental Policy (CNEP), in cooperation with UM’s College of Forestry and Conservation, School of Law, Bolle Center for People and Forests, Resource Conservation Program, Environmental Studies Program and Department of Geography. The forum series schedule is posted on the CNREP website at http://www.cnrep.org .
Place-Based Forest Agreements and Laws Symposium, June 8-9, 2010.
The National Forest Foundation and Bolle Center for People and Forests at the University of Montana invite you to participate in a symposium focused on the growing interest in various landscape level approaches to management of our National Forests. For more information.
Conference: Community-Owned Forests in the US. June 16-19, 2005
The Bolle Center co-sponsored with the Communities Committee and others a conference entitled, "Community-owned Forests: Possibilities, Experiences, and Lessons Learned" during June 16-19, 2005. The conference was intended for people who either have been involved in owning and managing community forests or are interested in learning how to do so. The conference was held in Missoula, MT. Information about the conference (including copies of power point presentations) can be found at http://www.communitiescommitte.org/conference/index.php.
For information on how to obtain DVDs of conference presentations and panels, contact: Carol Daly c/o Communities Committee, phone 406-892-8155, email email@example.com.
On March 7, 2005 in the North Underground Lecture Hall on The University of Montana campus, the Bolle Center organized a panel of diverse people to discuss the USDA US Forest Service's recently adopted new National Forest Management Act (NFMA) regulations governing land and resource management planning on the national forests.
The 2005 planning regulations are available at:
Comments about the panel can be found at: