NMI Welcomes Mark Corrao to Our Team of Professionals
As a Water Resource Specialist, Mark Corrao brings with him experience with water rights issues and water quality permitting in Montana, Wyoming, and Idaho. Mark will strengthen Northwest Management, Inc.’s water resource study capabilities and add to our professional natural resource management services.
Mark has a Bachelor of Science Degree in Forest Resources and Ecosystem Management from the University of Idaho, and a Master of Science in Watershed Science, Emphasis Snow Hydrology from Colorado State University, Ft. Collins, CO.
Northwest Management, Inc. (NMI) Receives Wyoming Game & Fish Department 2010 Industry Reclamation and Wildlife Stewardship Award
NMI received the Wyoming 2010 Industry Reclamation and Wildlife Stewardship Award for ground implementation of the Wyoming Front Aspen Restoration project. The project in cooperation with the Rocky Mountain Elk Foundation consisted of fuels reduction for fire protection and aspen regeneration to improve and enhance elk and wildlife habitat.
1910 Fire Commemoration – St. Maries, Idaho – August 20-21, 2010
USFS Mule pack string will lead a procession from the fairgrounds to the St. Maries Cemetery
Rededication of 1910 Firefighters memorial – Speakers include: Chief of USFS, Tom Tidwell and
Stephen Pyne, well known author on the 1910 fires
August 21 – The community of Avery, ID will host a breakfast, day long activities, and a dinner.
Call: St. Maries Chamber of Commerce for meal tickets or more information 208-245-3563.
Sustainable Forestry Tour – for Teachers and Counselors – June 22-25, 2010
Organized by: Idaho Forest Products Commission for 10 Successful Years!
Forest tours are the best way to show educators the dynamics of the forest products industry and help them educate their students about forest resources and their future choices. After attending, teachers describe how the tour has helped them understand the industry and how to relate the industry to students.
Northwest Management, Inc. has participated in the Sustainable Forestry Tour by speaking at some of the outdoor sessions and sponsoring a teacher to attend this tour for the past 6 years.
Visit Idaho Forest Products Commission at www.idahoforests.org
Family Landowner Conference – April 19, 2010 – Red Lion Inn, Helena, MT
Coping with Montana’s Forest Health Crisis on Privately Owned Forests
Sponsored by Northwest Management, Inc., the Montana Forest Stewardship Foundation, and the Montana Department of Resources and Conservation.
- The “Big Picture” on the Health on Montana’s Private Forests
- Dealing with the Aftermath of a Mountain Pine Beetle Infestation
- Wildfire Behavior in Mountain Pine Beetle Infested Forests and Wildfire Hazard Reduction Strategies
- Status of Biomass Opportunities in Montana and the Intermountain West
- Western Spruce Budworm Biology and Management Strategies
- Status of Montana’s Wood Products Industry
- What the Future Holds for Montana Private Forests.
Clearwater RC&D Family Forest Landowners & Managers Conference
March 22-24, 2010: University Inn Best Western, Moscow, Idaho
Forestry in Transition