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USFS SACRED SITES FACILITATED LEARNING ENGAGEMENT PRESENTATION MATERIALS

This page houses resources and documents used during the U.S. Forest Service Sacred Sites Facilitated Learning Engagement pilot program. You may view and download these materials by clicking on the links below.

Tribal Connections: U.S. Forest Service Indian Lands Map Viewer

Designed to show Indian Lands in relation to National Forest System boundaries for general comparison purposes only. Historical Indian Cessation maps are also depicted in order to informally give an overview of Indian land cessations.

The Invasion of America

Between 1776 and 1887, the United States seized over 1.5 billion acres from America’s indigenous people by treaty and executive order. Explore how in this interactive map of every Native American land cession during that period.

The Invasion of America Video

A video hosted on YouTube that plays through the timeline of the interactive map.

Sacred Sites Images and Quotes (Part 1)

A document with images and quotes about Sacred Sites located throughout the United States.

Sacred Sites Images and Quotes (Part 2)

A document with images and quotes about Sacred Sites located throughout the United States.

Facilitated Learning Engagement Values Discussion

A document with key passages taken from Values, Beliefs, and Attitudes Technical Guide for Forest Service Land and Resource Management, Planning, and Decisionmaking

Values, Beliefs, and Attitudes Technical Guide for Forest Service Land and Resource Management, Planning, and Decisonmaking

Knowing about public values, beliefs, and attitudes (VBAs) relevant to public land management is one foundation for understanding these linkages. Managers and planners aware of the systematic differences in values, beliefs, and attitudes held by the public and stakeholder groups are in a better position to define resource issues, develop alternative ways of addressing them, assess their social and cultural impacts, identify acceptable management measures, and monitor the results.

Knowing about public values, beliefs, and attitudes (VBAs) relevant to public land management is one foundation for understanding these linkages. Managers and planners aware of the systematic differences in values, beliefs, and attitudes held by the public and stakeholder groups are in a better position to define resource issues, develop alternative ways of addressing them, assess their social and cultural impacts, identify acceptable management measures, and monitor the results.