Willamette Valley • Entered by Cyndi Anderson on March 2, 2021

Public Interest Environmental Law Conference panel

March 1, 2021

Participants and Hours

Pre Planning hours 10
Post Admin hours 1
Activity Hours 1.25
Participants 1
Total Hours 12.25

Key Issue: Multiple apply
Activity Type: Education & Outreach (tabling, films & lectures, regional B-walks/works)
Key Partners: Cascadia Wildlands
Landscape/area: Willamette National Forest (1681674 acres)

Measurable Outcomes

Outcome 1: Event Attendees (100 people)

Short Description of Activity

I participated as a panelist to talk about our experiences doing field checking with our Broadband. Three other panelists representing other conservation organizations participated.

Reflection/Evaluation

I requested to go after the other three knowing that they would give more professional presentations about their organizations’ field checking processes including the possible need for litigation and how the very specific information we gather factors into that. My presentation was a more home-spun description of a day in the field with the Broads. I encouraged the audience to join the organization and get invoved in our efforts. There was an embarrasssing glitch at the end when I attempted to share the 4 minute beautiful video that one of our members created following a field checking outing in October. I could see and hear it on my screen but everyone else could only hear it and I didn’t realize that until I stopped screen sharing after it. Fortunately the audio was engaging enough that many people requested the video be sent to them.

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