January 29-30, 2020

Please take a few moments to provide us feedback. The information you provide will help us to plan and improve future events, as well as to assess effectiveness and efficiency of this Workshop.

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* 1. How did you hear about this Workshop?

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* 2. Please evaluate the overall effectiveness of this Workshop.

  1 = Not Effective  2 3 4 5 = Very Effective
Organization and preparation
Style and delivery
Responsiveness to participants
Creating a learning environment
Content of the Workshop

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* 3. Please rate your knowledge of the following topics before and after attending the Workshop using a 1-3 scale (1 = poor; 3 = excellent)

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1 = Poor
Attendiing

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3 = Excellent

AFTER

1 = Poor
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3 = Excellent
Fire as a mediator of competition among oaks, grasslands and mesic forests - Lee Frelich
Oak fire (scar) history - Michael C. Stambaugh
Prescribed fire effects on oak timber value – Joseph M. Marschall
Aspen Parkland - a most dynamic ecosystem of northwest Minnesota - W. Daniel Svedarsky
Prescribed burning (and seasonal effects) to improve management for brushland-dependent species - Rebecca Montgomery
Strategies for Success: Fire in the Aspen Parklands – Jonathan Eerkes
Pine fire (scar) history - Michael C. Stambaugh

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* 4. How much did this Workshop provide you or your organization with information to meet your Applied Science Information needs as a Land Manager (1= Very Little, 5=Very Much)?

  1 = Very Little
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5 = Very Much
Applied Science Information needs met...

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* 5. Do you plan to make any changes or take any actions in your work based on this Workshop?

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* 6. If your answer to the question above was “No” or “Not sure,” which best describes why?

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* 7. Were there topics that were not covered or information you were hoping to get from this Workshop? Please briefly describe if you noticed a gap in information sharing.

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