Next Council Meeting is Wednesday, Sept 21 from 6-8pm

Join us Wednesday, September 21 from 6pm to 8pm at the Lebanon Public Library (55 Academy in Lebanon) for the next Council meeting!

Presentation: Birds of the Willamette Valley’s oak woodlands: Conservation needs and opportunities.

Speaker: Joel Geier

Joel Geier is a hydrogeologist who works mainly on groundwater contamination issues, but spends part of each year on scientific research aimed at conservation of grassland and oak woodland birds in western Oregon. He also server as field notes compiler for Audubon Society of Corvallis, and as coordinator of the Willamette Valley Birding Trail initiative, which promotes birdwatching opportunities in this region as a means of bringing tourism-based economic opportunities to rural communities.

Council business to follow presentation.

Light refreshments provided.

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