Resilient Forests for Nature & People of the Rogue Valley
Presented by DARREN BORGIAS
Darren Borgias, Southwestern Oregon Forest Conservation Director for The Nature Conservancy (TNC), will give a Zoom presentation and invite dialogue about “Resilient Forests for Nature and People of the Rogue Valley”.
Darren Borgias has guided TNC protection and restoration work in the Rogue Valley since 1987, with projects spanning the Table Rocks, vernal pools, grasslands, oak and pine woodland, unique serpentine habitats, and dry forests ringing the valley. Since 2004, Darren has focused on expanding the partnership of local and regional groups and agencies supporting proactive forest restoration and controlled burning. Darren has additionally helped to advance a 20-year strategy to restore resiliency to forests which once again may be sustained by “mild” fire that works for nature and people.
The October chapter meeting will be live on Zoom on Oct. 27. If you already signed up for the last meeting, you won’t need to sign up again. To sign up for the first time, attendees will need to register by Oct. 25 via a new mail-ing list created just for RVAS Zoom events. Click on this link (https://www.roguevalleyaudubon.org/zoom-signup) to register. After you register, you will be sent an email with the Zoom link on Oct. 26 and again on the day of the event.
Please check your junk mail as the messages can end up there. Contact RVAS via the website if you don’t receive the link on the stated dates.
If you are new to using Zoom, OLLI has helpful information about using Zoom at https://inside.sou.edu/olli/courses/zoom-for-students.html.