Thursday, July 16, 2020
10:00 – 11:30am
ONLINE using Zoom platform – Register Here
Free, donations welcome
Ages 13 and up (youth under 13 welcome with adult supervision)
Wildlife corridors keep our landscape healthy
These continuous swaths of natural and agricultural lands are essential to maintain the quality of our water, forests, and wildlife in a rapidly changing environment. Join us to learn how connected landscapes benefit our community, and what you can do to help save and restore natural habitat connections. We’ll use the Mayacamas to Berryessa (M2B) project as an example to show how corridors — and their climate benefit — can be mapped, and ultimately used for on-the-ground conservation action.
As Pepperwood’s Conservation Analyst, Morgan Gray integrates expertise in ecological principles and geospatial modeling to help conservationists keep landscapes functional and connected. In her spare time, Morgan climbs rocks and explores the SF Bay Area with her dogs. Morgan holds a PhD in Environmental Science, Policy, and Management from UC Berkeley.
This lecture will consist of a live multimedia presentation followed by facilitated Q&A.
*This lecture will be held online using the Zoom Webinar platform. Once you register, you will be emailed the link and instructions on how to join the Zoom Webinar at the scheduled time. You can join this event using a computer, smartphone, or tablet – in your web browser or by downloading the Zoom application.
We are offering this event free of charge, but graciously accept donations which support our continued ability to offer our education programs to the community. Thank you!