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Collaborating with Beaver for a Resilient Future

Dec 9, 2020 @ 4:00 pm - 5:00 pm

This live talk is a part of Johnson Creek Watershed Council’s Community Education Series. All talks are live, virtual, free of cost, and will be recorded.


“We see beavers as a symbol of resilience; an opportunity to come together for land, water and people.”- The Beaver Coalition.

Join Co-Founder of the Beaver Coalition, Jakob Shockey, to learn about Beavers and how collaborating with beavers can help us create a more resilient future. This one hour talk will cover the basics of beaver and human connections and how we can create a better future together.

Jakob has been working professionally in Oregon’s streams, rivers and wetlands for over 8 years.  He co-founded The Beaver Coalition  an organization that is working to empower humans to partner with beaver through education, science, advocacy, and process-based restoration. He works with Beaver State Wildlife Solutions  a company that specializes in addressing frustrating conflicts with wildlife in a new way. Jakob is a writer, hunter, paragliding pilot, & fiddler.


How to Join: You can join by watching live streamed on our Facebook page on 12/9,  4pm or by going directly to Zoom webinar page (no account needed) to register free of cost.


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Dec 9, 2020
4:00 pm - 5:00 pm
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