This just in from the National Forest Foundation: In April, 2016, the Collaborative Restoration Workshop will offer a forum for sharing innovative approaches to collaborative restoration, tools, and lessons about planning, implementing, and monitoring restoration efforts on and around National Forest System lands. Through a series of plenary sessions and five breakout tracks, participants will engage deeply in discussing the successes, challenges, and critical questions facing community partners, the U.S. Forest Service, and others working on collaborative efforts. Take a look at the workshop’s draft agenda for a sense of the event’s offerings. More information and registration is available online. After serving on both the Advisory and Collaboration Track Committees for this workshop, Sierra Institute is looking forward to this great event and hopes that those interested in collaboratively managing our National Forest land will consider attending.