The Impact of Climate Change on Wildlife Habitat

Great Old Broads for Wilderness is holding a climate conference!
At this conference, sponsored in part by LandWatch, we’ll explore both how climate change is affecting public lands, and how public lands can mitigate climate change. We will examine these relationships through several lenses including our forests' and deserts' carbon-storing potential, wildlife habitat, and Central Oregon’s unique water cycle. As we look forward to creating a more climate-resilient future, considering the role that public lands play is imperative. We hope that you’ll join us for this unique conversation.

Nathan Hovekamp, wildlife program director for LandWatch, will be speaking on wildlife and climate change. He will talk about how climate change is affecting wildlife habitat and species native to Central Oregon. Individual actions that you can take to help will also be explored.

Climate Change and Public Lands
April 6, 2019 01:00 - 05:00pm
St. Helen's Hall, Trinity Episcopal Church.
231 Northwest Idaho Avenue, Bend, OR, USA, Oregon 97701

Help Wildlife Around Your Home

Habitat loss, window collision, and domestic pet attacks are just a few of the issues wildlife face during baby and migration season. It's estimated that cats and windows kill about 3.5 billion birds annually in the U.S. Check out Think WIld's free community workshop to learn about what you can do at home to mitigate these dangers.

Spring into Action: Home Hacks to Help Wildlife
Thursday April 11th, 5:30-7:00 PM - OSU Graduate and Research Center
650 SW Columbia Street, Room 209.

The Urgency of Climate Change: Moving Towards a Green New World.

The Osher Lifelong Learning Institute in Central Oregon invites you to join them for a free lecture series on the first two Fridays of April.

Climate Change 2020: Science and Policy Solutions

  • Friday, April 5, 10:00 a.m.–12:30 p.m.
    Dr. John Perona, JD, Professor of Environmental Biochemistry, Portland State University and Oregon Health Sciences University

How Oregon and the Nation are Responding to Climate Change, including Juliana v United States

  • Friday, April 12, 10:00 a.m.–12:30 p.m.
    Greg Dotson, JD, Assistant Professor, University of Oregon School of Law
    Coreal Riday-White, JD, Community Engagement Manager, Our Children’s Trust

All of these events are free and open to the public. Take some time to learn about your local environment and what we can all do to create a livable future in Central Oregon. We hope to see you out there!