FOR 285 / ENVS 295 / NR 385
Community-Based Forestry at Home and Abroad

Instructor: Dr. Cecilia Danks
Rubenstein School of Environment and Natural Resources, University of Vermont
What is community-based forestry
and what is this class about?
CBF groups in the western US  often collaborate to manage fuels to prevent catstrophic fire and restore ecosystems.
Weaverville, CA 2005
Weaverville, CA 4  years after the Oregon Fire.
This course is generally offered alternate years in the spring semester.  

Both graduate and undergraduate credit are available.

The course is taught at a level appropriate for seniors and graduate students.  Juniors are admitted by permission of the instructor.
CBF groups in the east often build community around protecting natural beauty and maintaining the working forest.
Richmond, VT
Richmond, VT with view of Camel's Hump.

Photos by Cecilia Danks.