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CRC Flagstaff

  • Fri, October 09, 2020
  • 6:00 PM
  • Sat, October 10, 2020
  • 4:00 PM
  • Flagstaff, AZ


  • Select this registration if you plan to do all events Saturday from 10am - forest tour concluding at 3:30 pm Saturday afternoon.
  • Select this registration if you plan to arrive Friday evening 10/9 6pm for dinner & speakers and stay THROUGH and INCLUDING TOUR 10/10 3:30 pm
  • Select this registration if you plan to have dinner at 6pm Friday 10/9 and stay through the talks Saturday 10/10 at 2pm and will not do the tour. (Reminder to make hotel accommodations on your own)
  • Select this registration if you plan to ONLY have dinner at 6pm Friday 10/9.
  • Select this registration if you can not do the tour; so you plan Saturday 10am - 2pm.

Collaboration in Coconino County

CENTRL Regional Connection in Flagstaff, AZ 
Friday October 9 - Saturday October 10, 2020
Thornager's on Kiltie Lane

2640 West Kiltie Lane Flagstaff, AZ 86005 - It's in a neighborhood setting!

 Friday 10/9/2020  6:00pm

Hosted Dinner featuring topics of COVID-19 impacts in the Flagstaff and Coconino County area. 

- Mike Oxtoby, Chief Health Office Coconino Co.

- Dr. Dave Engelthaler, Co-Director TGen North

 Saturday 10/10/2020 10:00am - 1:00pm

Timely & Relative Speakers & Conversations: 

Pandemic Perspectives from the Navajo Nation

- Santa Nez, Class 28 and Felix Nez, Jr. 

Courageous Conversations Workshop 

- Ivy Banks, AVP Diversity & Inclusion UA

- Julie Lancaster, President Lancaster Leadership

Hosted Lunch

 Saturday 10/10/2020

1:00pm - 3:30pm


Panel Discussion: Unlikely Collaborations for Four Forest Restoration Initiative (4FRI) 

- Tabi Bolton, Area Supervisor, Campbell Global Forest

- Jay Smith, Forest Restoration Director, Coconino Co.

- Rebecca Davidson or Sasha Stortz National Forest Foundation

Forest Tour - *MAP PROVIDED*

- Tabi Bolton, Area Supervisor, Campbell Global Forest

- Caravan to a Specific Location (Map provided) near Parks/Williams. 

Despite all the changes taking place in the world these days, one thing remains true: collaboration is key to getting difficult things done! We invite you to join us in Flagstaff to hear how various groups are responding to the pandemic and to the crucial projects that must keep moving forward: The Four Forest Restoration Initiative known as 4FRI. We'll have time for networking to get to know fellow Project CENTRL alums, Class 28 and 29 members and our speakers combined with some skill building and learning. Register before Friday 10/2 and those who do will receive a newly branded permanent name tag! 

Remember to Book your own hotel rooms! CENTRL generally stays at the Holiday Inn brand for Seminars, but there are a variety of lodging options in Flagstaff! 

Arizona Center for Rural Leadership

4341 E Broadway Road
Phoenix, Arizona 85040
Arizona Center for Rural Leadership is a Public Private Partnership with The University of Arizona.

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