KBO Research Biologist at Upcoming Living on Your Land Conference
The OSU Extension Land Steward Program and Rogue River Watershed Council will host the Living on Your Land Conference April 14, 2018 8 am to 6 pm at the Rogue Community College Redwood Campus in Grants Pass, Oregon. The one-day conference is for small farmers, small woodland owners, land owners or managers, wildlife enthusiasts, backyard gardeners and those interested in our region’s natural resources. KBO Research Biologist Dr. Sarah Rockwell will join a blue ribbon collection of foresters, botanists, biologists, working farmers, and other land management experts presenting more than two dozen 90-minute classes on a variety of topics related to natural resources and land management.
Sarah and Trout Unlimited Biologist Jay Doino will co-present the class “Birds and Fish That Reside in Your Streamside Backyard and How You Can Help Them”.
You can participate in up to four classes during the conference (there are several classes scheduled concurrently in four time blocks during the day). Classroom space is limited and some popular sessions will fill up early, so don’t delay in registering. Come expand your knowledge and gain a renewed enthusiasm and enhanced vision for your land. Join us at the conference and gain practical insight and tips you can put to use the next day!
CLICK HERE to visit the Living on Your Land Conference website and learn more about registration, event schedule, classes, instructors, and directions to the event.
The Living on Your Land Conference is presented in cooperation with Rogue Community College and Grange Co-op.
Sarah Rockwell manages KBO’s riparian bird monitoring and research, including projects at restoration sites along the Trinity, Scott, and Salmon rivers in northern California. She is currently developing a similar research program in the Rogue Valley.
Jay Doino works in Trout Unlimited’s southern Oregon water program splitting his time between the Rogue and the Klamath rivers. His work focuses on improving aquatic habitat, primarily water quality and quantity, through water transactions.