A panel discussion with diverse conservation leaders in Oregon.
A panel discussion with diverse conservation leaders in Oregon. Panelists talk about current and historic barriers to working in natural resources conservation, efforts to dismantle racism and other obstacles, successes of environmental organizations to create a more diverse, inclusive, and equitable movement, and opportunities for more change.
Gloria Brown- Former Siuslaw Forest Service supervisor, Author of Black Woman In Green: Gloria Brown And The Unmarked Trail To Forest Service Leadership
Greg Wolley- Vice Chair of the Oregon Fish and Wildlife Commission
Chuck Sams- Deputy Executive Director for the Confederated Tribes of the Umatilla Indian Reservation
Tabitha Miles-Kingrey- Operations Supervisor, Oxbow Regional Park, Metro