Anne Mottek is principal of Mottek Consulting. Ms. Mottek’s educational background is in both forestry (BS) and sociology with a research emphasis (MA). Her work focuses on social science research and its application in a wide range of forest management issues like monitoring, program evaluation, outreach and education, and collaboration.
Ms. Mottek is actively engaged in several collaborative organizations like the Four Forest Restoration Initiative’s (4FRI) Multi-Party Monitoring Board, coordinator and treasurer of the Greater Flagstaff Forests Partnership (GFFP), and works with the City of Flagstaff on various aspects of the Flagstaff Watershed Protection Project (FWPP). Ms Mottek is the FACLN project manager for the GFFP, which is a national core member.
She was the main contributor for the Socioeconomic Monitoring Plan for 4FRI’s first analysis area that is included in the Final Environmental Impact Statement (FEIS), and secured funding for and completed the first 4FRI monitoring project that included both social and economic monitoring components. She has worked on projects, publications and received grants with a variety of organizations like the Ecological Restoration Institute, Northern Arizona University’s School of Forestry, the Southwest Fire Science Consortium, the National Forest Foundation, Salt River Project, US Forest Service, Coconino County and the City of Flagstaff.
More recent publications include: Journal of Forestry,Practice of Forestry/Policy, “The Social and Economic Contributions of the White Mountain Stewardship Project: Final 10-Year Assessment—Lessons Learned and Implications for Future Forest Management Initiatives;” “Flagstaff Watershed Protection Project: Creating Solutions through Community Partnerships;” and “The Impacts of the Woody Biomass Utilization Grant Program in Eastern Oregon and Eastern Arizona.”