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PNW Strategic Plan: Developing a Blueprint for Future Direction. Research for Resources. Listening. Client Workshops Employee Sessions Partner Dialogues. Communicating. Field visits Publications Workshops Internet. Stewardship Scholarship Responsiveness Respect Quality

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listening
Listening
  • Client Workshops
  • Employee Sessions
  • Partner Dialogues
communicating
Communicating
  • Field visits
  • Publications
  • Workshops
  • Internet
our core values
Stewardship

Scholarship

Responsiveness

Respect

Quality

Productivity

Leadership

Integrity

Diversity

Creativity

Communication

Collaboration

Accountability

Service

Our Core Values
vision and mission

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Vision and Mission
  • VISION: We are highly sought for our scientific leadership and impartial knowledge.
  • MISSION:Our Mission is to generate and communicate scientific knowledge that helps people understand and make informed choices about natural resources and the environment.
mission basis
Mission Basis
  • Understanding system components and their interactions
  • Holistic and integrative
  • Over a continuum of temporal & spatial scales
  • Sustainability of ecological, economic and social values
  • Examines processes and responses over long time frames
goals

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Goals
  • Understanding ecological, social, and economic systems and their interactions
  • Assessing Status and Trends of Natural Resource Systems and their Management
  • Developing and communicating tools, options and linkages to enhance integrated management and policy at multiple scales
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Priorities – Understanding
  • Advancing the understanding of structure, function, and processes of ecological systems.
  • Improving the understanding of social and economic processes and their interaction with natural resource values and uses.
priorities assessing

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Priorities – Assessing
  • Conducting inventories of forest resources.
  • Analyzing and assessing resource trends and available knowledge.
priorities developing

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Priorities – Developing
  • Managing riparian and aquatic environments for multiple values & uses.
  • Restoring and maintaining forests and their productivity.
  • Developing monitoring protocols and data analysis techniques.
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Priorities – Developing
  • Creating opportunities for recreation and tourism for diverse populations.
  • Producing wood within the framework of sustainability.
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Priorities – Developing
  • Developing conservation strategies for biodiversity including TE&S.
  • Bringing science to managers and policy-makers.
operational guidelines

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Operational Guidelines
  • Maintain an environment that fosters scientific freedom, rigor, creativity, flexibility, support, and innovation while treating each other with dignity and respect.
  • Expect everyone to be accountable for making appropriate contributions to achieving agreed upon objectives.
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Operational Guidelines
  • Develop a strong culture of collaboration with clients, partners, scientists, and science managers throughout the research and development process that takes into account our long-term capability, strengths and comparative advantages.
  • Continually improve the timeliness and quality of products and services.
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Operational Guidelines
  • Create a diverse and well-qualified workforce that is representative of the larger national workforce, in gender, ethnic background, and physical abilities.
  • Be proactive in communicating and disseminating our scientific information.
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Operational Guidelines
  • Develop a flexible and resilient organization built around formal and informal teams and programs that can respond to client needs and changes in priorities.
  • Provide efficient and effective research and administrative processes.
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Operational Guidelines
  • Develop an environment that rewards quality work and provides professional development and growth opportunities for employees.
  • Be productive members of and make creative contributions to the scientific community.