The Friends of Cascade-Siskiyou and North Mountain Park are presenting a forum on Science in the Cascade-Siskyou National Monument on Tuesday February 11th from 6:30 to 8:30 at North Mountain Park in Ashland (620 N Mountain Avenue).
Several panelists, including Klamath Bird Observatory Executive Director John Alexander, will give brief presentations on scientific projects in the monument, and then Kristi Reynolds, an Environmental Education and Interpretation Consultant, will facilitate a panel discussion.
The Cascade-Siskiyou National Monument is home to a spectacular variety of plants and animals. People explore, conduct research projects, and educate others in this diverse and wonderful area. Join this forum to learn about some of the research and education occurring in the Cascade-Siskiyou National Monument, just a short drive from Ashland.
Please pre-register online at www.ashland.or.us/register or call North Mountain Park at 541-488-6606. This event costs $5 and is intended for ages 12 and up.
Also consider attending the National Fish and Wildlife Forensic Laboratory’s Elements of Science Conference on February 12th in Ashland.