Briefing Papers

# Year Title Authors
83 2017 Piloting Restoration-Oriented Social and Economic Performance Measures Cassandra Moseley and Heidi Huber-Stearns
82 2017 Iconic Places of the U.S. Forest Service: Conditions and Concerns Autumn Ellison and Michael Johnduff
81 2017 Successful Strategies for Forest Restoration: The CFLRP and Joint Chiefs' Partnership Courtney Schultz and Cassandra Moseley
80 2017 Strategies for Success: The Joint Chiefs' Landscape Restoration Partnership Courtney Schultz and Cassandra Moseley
79 2017 Strategies for Success: The Collaborative Forest Landscape Restoration Program Courtney Schultz and Cassandra Moseley
78 2017 Rangeland Fire Protection Associations: An Alternative Model of Wildfire Response Emily Jane Davis, Jesse Abrams, Katherine Wollstein, James E. Meacham, Alethea Steingisser, and Lee K. Cerveny
77 2017 NEPA for the 21st Century: Linking Research to Management Heidi Huber-Stearns and Mariah Acton 
76 2017 The Effect of State and Federal Policies on Biomass Business Investments in Wisconsin Dennis Becker, Jesse Abrams, Emily Fenster, Jordan Kudrna, Timothy Smith, and Cassandra Moseley
75 2017 The Effect of State and Federal Policies on Biomass Business Investments in Washington Dennis Becker, Jesse Abrams, Emily Fenster, Jordan Kudrna, Timothy Smith, and Cassandra Moseley 
74 2017 The Effect of State and Federal Policies on Biomass Business Investments in Oregon Dennis Becker, Jesse Abrams, Emily Fenster, Jordan Kudrna, Timothy Smith, and Cassandra Moseley
73 2017 The Effect of State and Federal Policies on Biomass Business Investments in Minnesota Dennis Becker, Jesse Abrams, Emily Fenster, Jordan Kudrna, Timothy Smith, and Cassandra Moseley 
72 2017 The Effect of State and Federal Policies on Biomass Business Investments in Michigan Dennis Becker, Jesse Abrams, Emily Fenster, Jordan Kudrna, Timothy Smith, and Cassandra Moseley
71 2017 The Effect of State and Federal Policies on Biomass Business Investments in California Dennis Becker, Jesse Abrams, Emily Fenster, Jordan Kudrna, Timothy Smith, and Cassandra Moseley 
70 2016 A Profile of Community-Based Organizations in the U.S. West Jesse Abrams, Autumn Ellison, Emily Jane Davis, Cassandra Moseley, and Branda Nowell
69 2016 A Profile of Federal Timber Purchasers in the U.S. West Emily Jane Davis and Jesse Abrams
68 2016 Profiles of Fire Suppression Contracting Businesses Heidi Huber-Stearns, Autumn Ellison, Olivia Molden, Jessica Neafie, and Cassandra Moseley
67 2016 The Right Resources at the Right Time: Private Fire Suppression Contracting in the West Cassandra Moseley and Heidi Huber-Stearns
66 2016 Drivers of Wildfire Suppression Costs: A Review Autumn Ellison and Cassandra Moseley
65 2016 Cross-trained Local Capacity for Integrated Wildfire Management Heidi Huber-Stearns, Autumn Ellison, and Cassandra Moseley
64 2016 The Effects of the Integrated Resource Restoration Budget Pilot on Forest Service Restoration Programs: Third Party Review Summary Findings

Courtney Schultz and Cassandra Moseley

63 2015 "Call When Needed”: Private Contracting for Wildfire Suppression in an Unpredictable Work Environment Heidi Huber-Stearns, R. Patrick Bixler, Autumn Ellison, and Cassandra Moseley,
62 2015 The Effects of the Integrated Resource Restoration Budget Pilot on Forest Service Restoration Programs

Courtney Schultz, Katherine Mattor, and Cassandra Moseley

61 2015 The Effectiveness of Biomass Policies in Supporting Business Investments in Oregon: Preliminary Results Jesse Abrams, Cassandra Moseley, Autumn Ellison, Dennis Becker, and Jordan Kudrna
60 2014 Promoting Fire-Adapted Communities: The Importance of Social Diversity in the Wildland Urban Interface Travis Paveglio, Autumn Ellison, Jesse Abrams, Cassandra Moseley, and Matthew S. Carroll
59 2014 Community Wildfire Protection Plans in the American West Jesse Abrams, Autumn Ellison, Melanie Knapp, Cassandra Moseley, Travis Paveglio, and Max Nielsen-Pincus
58 2014 Using Wood to Produce Energy for U.S. Homes and Businesses Eric M. White, David Atkins, Cassandra Moseley, Jesse Abrams, and Autumn Ellison  
57 2014 Understanding the Barriers and Opportunities for Water Utility Investments in Ecosystem Services Drew Bennett, Sally Duncan, Sue Lurie, Hannah Gosnell, and Autumn Ellison
56 2014 Engaging Businesses in Local Efforts to Protect Ecosystem Services: Barriers and Opportunities Drew Bennett, Angela San Filippo, Robert Parker, Max Nielsen-Pincus, Cassandra Moseley, Hannah Gosnell, Sue Laurie, and Sally Duncan  
55 2013 Socioeconomic Monitoring of Public Lands Management: A Compilation of Measures Emily Jane Davis and Cassandra Moseley
54 2014 Surveys Find Support for EWEB's Voluntary Incentives Program Drew Bennett, Cassandra Moseley, Max Nielsen-Pincus, Robert Parker, Autumn Ellison, Hannah Gosnell, Sue Laurie, Anita T. Morzillo, Eric M. White, and Sally Duncan  
53 2014 Impacts of the Woody Biomass Utilization Grant Program in Eastern Oregon Emily Jane Davis, Cassandra Moseley, Anne Mottek Lucas, Yeon-Su Kim, Max Nielsen-Pincus, and Ted Bilek
52 2013 Eco-labels on the Range and in the Forests of the Interior Northwest Lauren Gwin, Autumn Ellison, and Cassandra Moseley
51 2013 From Postage Stamp to Puzzle Piece: Conservation Easement Strategy in the Interior Northwest Autumn Ellison and Cassandra Moseley
50 2013 The Money Doesn't Deliver Itself: The Importance of Intermediaries in Ecosystem Services Programs Emily Jane Davis and Cassandra Moseley
49 2013 Barriers and Preferences for Landowner Participation in Conservation Programs in the Interior Northwest Hannah Gosnell, Harmony Burright, Max Nielsen-Pincus, Autumn Ellison, and Cassandra Moseley
48 2012 The Economic Effect of Large Wildfires: Main Findings Cassandra Moseley, Max Nielsen-Pincus, Emily Jane Davis, Cody Evers, and Autumn Ellison
47 2012 Wildfire Suppression Contracting: The Effect of Local Business Capacity During Large Wildfires Autumn Ellison, Cassandra Moseley, Cody Evers, and Max Nielsen-Pincus
46 2012 The Effect of Large Wildfires on Local Labor Markets Autumn Ellison, Cassandra Moseley, Max Nielsen-Pincus, and Emily Jane Davis
45 2012 Forest Service Spending on Large Wildfires in the West Autumn Ellison, Cassandra Moseley, Cody Evers, and Max Nielsen-Pincus
44 2012 Economic Effects of Large Fires: Application to the Cold Springs Fire Cassandra Moseley, Max Nielsen-Pincus, and Branden Rishel
43 2012 Federal Investment in Natural Resource Based Economic Development in Oregon Emily Jane Davis, Shiloh Sundstrom, and Cassandra Moseley
42 2012 Organizational Capacity for Natural Resource Management in Oregon Emily Jane Davis, Cassandra Moseley, Cody Evers, Kate MacFarland, Max Nielsen-Pincus, Alaina Pomeroy, and Maia J. Enzer
41 2012 A Midterm Report on the State of the Dry Forest Zone and its Communities Emily Jane Davis
40 2012 The Benefits of USDA Forest Service Agreements with Community-Based Organizations Emily Jane Davis and Cassandra Moseley
39 2012 Cost-Effective Hazardous Fuels Reduction: A Case Study from Wallowa County, Oregon Emily Jane Davis, Nils Christoffersen, Kyle Couch, and Cassandra Moseley
38 2012 Challenges to Developing New Socioeconomic Measures Cassandra Moseley, Emily Jane Davis, and Michelle Medley-Daniel
37 2012 Why Create Socioeconomic Measures? Cassandra Moseley, Emily Jane Davis, and Michelle Medley-Daniel
36 2012 Measuring Socioeconomic Outcomes of Forest and Watershed Restoration Work: State of the Field Emily Jane Davis, Cassandra Moseley, and Michelle Medley-Daniel
35 2012 Integrating Socioeconomic Considerations Into the Watershed Condition Framework Cassandra Moseley, Emily Jane Davis, and Michelle Medley-Daniel
34 2011 The Economic Impacts of Oregon's South Coast Restoration Industry Shiloh Sundstrom, Emily Jane Davis, and Cassandra Moseley
33 2011 Impacts of the Biomass Producer or Collector Tax Credit on Oregon's Wood Fuels Market and Economy Max Nielsen-Pincus, Matt Krumenauer, Kate MacFarland, and Cassandra Moseley
32 2011 Adopting Stewardship Contracting: Lessons from Four National Forests Cassandra Moseley, Ellen Donoghue, Susan Charnley, and Kate MacFarland
31 2011 Sawmills, Biomass Facilities, and Hazardous Fuels Reduction: Does Location Matter? Max Nielsen-Pincus, Susan  Charnley, Kate MacFarland, and Cassandra Moseley
30 2011 Local Benefits from Land Management:  A Strategy for Measuring Performance Cassandra Moseley, Kate MacFarland, Maia J. Enzer, Lynn Jungwirth, Liz Podowski, Ellen Donoghue, and Susan Charnley
29 2011 Capacity of Community-Based Organizations for Natural Resource Development Cassandra Moseley, Kate MacFarland, Max Nielsen-Pincus, Kerry Grimm, Alaina Pomeroy, and Maia J. Enzer
28 2011 Economic Development Service Provision for Natural Resource-Based Economic Development Emily Jane Davis, Cassandra Moseley, Alaina Pomeroy, and Maia J. Enzer
27 2010 Socioeconomic Impacts of Recovery Act Investments on the Rogue River-Siskiyou National Forest Emily Jane Davis and Cassandra Moseley
26 2010 The State of the Dry Forest Zone Emily Jane Davis and Cassandra Moseley
25 2010 Local Capture: Bringing Strong Regional Forest Management Capacities Closer to Home Josef Gordon, Max Nielsen-Pincus, Emily Jane Davis, and Cassandra Moseley
24 2010 Monitoring the American Reinvestment and Recovery Act in the 11 Western States Max Nielsen-Pincus, Josef Gordon and Cassandra Moseley
23 2010 The Employment and Economic Impacts of Forest and Watershed Restoration in Oregon Max Nielsen-Pincus and Cassandra Moseley
22 2010 A Profile of Restoration Contractors in Oregon Cassandra Moseley, Max Nielsen-Pincus, Emily Jane Davis, Autumn Ellison, and Fraser Macdonald
21 2010 Mobilizing Human Resources for Watershed Restoration Fraser Macdonald, Cassandra Moseley, Emily Jane Davis, Max Nielsen-Pincus, Autumn Ellison
20 2009 Local Benefit in the West from the American Reinvestment & Recovery Act Max Nielsen-Pincus, Cassandra Moseley, Josef Gordon, and Zoë Walmer
19 2009 Defining Woody Biomass Uses Shiloh Sundstrom
18 2009 Social Issues of Woody Biomass Utilization Zoë Walmer, Max Nielsen-Pincus, and Cassandra Moseley
17 2009 A Growing Watershed Restoration Industry in Oregon Max Nielsen-Pincus, Fraser MacDonald, and Cassandra Moseley
16 2009 Implementing the Economic Stimulus on National Forests: Using Hazardous Fuels Reduction to Create Local Jobs Susan Charnley, Cassandra Moseley, and Ellen Donoghue
15 2009 Unemployment, Poverty, and Federal Lands Max Nielsen-Pincus
14 2009 Economic Impact and Job Creation from Forest and Watershed Restoration: A Preliminary Assessment Cassandra Moseley and Max Nielsen-Pincus
13 2009 A Preliminary Estimate of Economic Impact and Job Creation from the Oregon Watershed Enhancement Board's Restoration Investments Max Nielsen-Pincus and Cassandra Moseley
12 2007 Forest Service Use of Best Value Contracting: A Sample from the Southwest Region Cassandra Moseley and Carey Stone
11 2006 Working Conditions in Labor-Intensive Forestry Jobs in Oregon | En Español Cassandra Moseley
10 2006 Government Estimates and Award Amounts for Forest Service Thinning Contracts Alaina Pomery and Cassandra Moseley
9 2006 Forest Management Contracting for the US Forest Service in New Mexico: In-State Competitiveness and the Use of Guest Workers Cassandra Moseley and Josh McDaniel
8 2006 Service Contracting, Local Benefit, and the Northwest Forest Plan Cassandra Moseley
7 2006 Ethnic Differences in Job Quality among Contract Forest Workers on Six National Forests Cassandra Moseley
6 2003 Community-based Collaboration in National Forest Management: Experiences in Two Oregon Stewardship Contracting Pilots Kate Fitzpatrick
5 2004 Creating Community Benefit, from the Community Stability Panel at the Healthy Forest Summit 2003 Cassandra Moseley
4 2002 The Economic and Community Effects of Oregon Watershed Enhancement Board Investments in Watershed Restoration Kristen Bonner and Michael Hibbard
3 2001 Innovative Contracting: Tips for Rural Communities and Agency Partners Cassandra Moseley
2 2001 Linking Ecological, Social, and Economic Objectives: Moving Forward in Lake County Jane O'Keefe
1 2000 The Role of Community-Based Workforce Assessment in Ecosystem Management Rolf Anderson