This Land is Your Land: Our Unique SW Oregon Environment. Can We Foster Resilience?

Rafting on the RogueEnvironmental Workshop  –  FREE
Saturday, February 3, 2018 at Wild River Pub in Grants Pass
533 NE F Street, Grants Pass, OR 97526
12:00 – 4:00 p.m.

This FREE workshop, organized by Rogue Indivisible, is an excellent chance to
learn from local experts about our complex southwest Oregon environment, what
makes it unique, and what we can do to help in sustainable management of our
region’s natural resources.

• Overview of SW Oregon’s Ecological Systems – Dr. Tom Atzet,
Ecologist
• A Rogue Climate in Our Valley: Trends, Projections, Consequences
– Dr. Alan Journet, Co-Facilitator, Southern Oregon Climate Action
Now
• What is Restoration Forestry and Why is it Important? – Gary
Clarida, Restoration Forester
• 25 Things You Can Do to Help Save Our Rogue Valley Environment
– Bob Bath, High School Science Teacher
• Local Recreational Trails and Collaboration to Benefit Rogue
Valley Economy and Communities – Hope Robertson, Founder/
President Siskiyou Upland Trails Association
• The Ecology of Relationships: Community Collaboration in
Natural Resource Management – Jack Shipley, Founder, Applegate
Partnership
• Wrap-Up Panel Discussion – All Presenters available for Questions

No fee for attending! Space is limited. Please register early!

Coffee, tea, water and light snacks will be provided.

Email eco-team@rogueindivisible.org to sign up or register online at
rogueindivisible.org – Click on Issues, then on Environment and scroll down to the registration link under Environmental Workshop
rogueindivisible.org

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