What do efforts to ensure Oregon has abundant, thriving wildlife have to do with advocating for more equitable and inclusive institutions? A lot in fact! Conserving Oregon’s wildlife means conserving them for the benefit of all Oregonians, and for the generations to come.
Panel discussion of a recent study in Nature concludes that the U.S. needs to develop Strategic Forest Reserves to protect biodiversity and mitigate climate change.
With a focus on real-world examples from Eastern Oregon, this panel will try to provide balance in hopes we can see better outcomes for our forests and communities.