Wednesday, March 30, 2016

Earth Week Brown Bag Lecture - TUES 4/19

As part of Puget Sound's Earth Week 2016 celebration, we're announcing an exciting Brown Bag Lecture: Open Space Conservation with Jordan Rash.
Come hear about the importance of maintaining open spaces for both human and ecological use in this lunch-time lecture and conversation! Learn more about the significance of conservation and ecological restoration efforts in the Puget Sound area from a renowned environmental politician.

Jordan Rash is the Conservation Director at Forterra. A graduate of Willamette University in Salem, OR, he spent summers working on family farms in Oregon and also served as a U.S. Forest Service firefighter in the high desert. He brings nearly a decade of political experience working for legislatures and elected officials in Oregon and Washington.
When: Tuesday, April 19th from 12-1pm
Where: Thompson 310