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Oak Woodlands and Private Landowners:

Tools for the Conservation Community

Thursday, July 31, 2014 1:00 PM - 5:00 PM

Oak Woodlands and oak savanna, once widely distributed across the Willamette Valley, are now the focus of important restoration and conservation efforts.  Private landowners as well as several federal and state agencies are investing substantial money and resources on conservation of these ecosystems.

Are these efforts working?  How do we know?

Northwest Natural Resources Group and Willamette Partnership are hosting a workshop focused on measurement tools developed to evaluate the ecological impact and improvement associated with the implementation of conservation actions in oak woodland ecosystems.  The training session will include background on the program developments around oak conservation, an overview of metric development, field training, and will feature case studies by landowners engaged in oak restoration and preservation work in the Willamette Valley.

To sign up or for additional registration information contact the following:

Meagan Nuss: meagan@nnrg.org - 503-545-8685
Nicole Maness - maness@willamettepartnership.org - 202-384-8992

Off Campus
Powell Residence
2550 Stiles Road
Meagan Nuss
503 545 8685
meagan at nnrg.org
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