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January 2022

Nature Nights: A Low-to-No Snow Future

January 26 @ 7:00 pm - 8:30 pm
Free

Save the date! The Land Trust is pleased to present their 2022 Nature Nights series. Mountain snowpacks have historically acted as large, natural reservoirs of water, as well as providing awesome recreational opportunities. In recent decades, however, snowpack has declined—another sign of a changing climate. If our climate continues to warm, snow loss will be exacerbated across the Western US, termed a “no-to-low snow future.” Join the Deschutes Land Trust, Dr. Alan Rhoades, and Dr. Erica Siirila-Woodburn to learn about the…

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March 2022

Nature Nights: Is Climate Anxiety Bad for the Planet?

March 2 @ 7:00 pm - 8:30 pm
Free

Save the date! The Land Trust is pleased to present their 2022 Nature Nights series. "The chronic fear of environmental doom" is how the American Psychological Association defines eco-anxiety, and it is on the rise around the world, as communities increasingly experience the effects of climate change. Join the Deschutes Land Trust and Dr. Sarah Jaquette Ray as we take a look at climate anxiety. Drawing on her recent book, Dr. Ray will explore climate anxiety, who feels it, and how…

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Nature Nights: American Pikas and Climate Change

March 30 @ 7:00 pm - 8:30 pm
Free

Save the date! The Land Trust is pleased to present their 2022 Nature Nights series. You might know the America pika as a fuzzy little creature that chirps and runs away with grass in its mouth while you’re hiking in the mountains, but they are oh so much more than that! Join the Deschutes Land Trust and Dr. Matt Shinderman, director of the Human and Ecosystem Resilience and Sustainability Lab at OSU-Cascades, for a talk on these intriguing creatures and how…

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