Public Lands: Values at Risk and How to Get Involved
As central Oregonians, we are fortunate to interact with public lands and wild places regularly. Our access to the great outdoors is the reason many of us choose to reside here, but these wild places do not exist without the help of the citizens like you who are willing to speak up for them.
Please join Oregon Wild, Oregon Natural Desert Association, the Central Oregon Bitterbrush Broads, the Vocal Seniority and Coalition for the Deschutes for a fun and interactive presentation and training on our public lands, the values at risk, and how to get involved and advocate for wild places. Invited speakers include Gena Goodman-Campbell (ONDA), Erik Fernandez & Sarah Cuddy (Oregon Wild), John Sterling (Conservation Alliance), Mia Sheppard (Teddy Roosevelt Conservation Partnership).
Public Lands Summit
Saturday, April 1st, from 3:00-6:00pm
Unitarian Universalist Church
61980 Skyline Ranch Rd, Bend, OR 97702
This three hour event will include:
- A panel presentation that covers the history of public lands, their economic value, existing threats, and how to speak up for the wild places you value.
- Four breakout training sessions to choose from that are geared to help you effectively advocate for public lands.
- Happy hour beverages and snacks and an opportunity to meet and talk with other public lands activists in your community.
We hope to see you there! Please RSVP here.