CONSERVATION LUNCH SERIES
There's so much to learn when it comes to the abundant natural resources in Shasta County! While we at the Shasta Land Trust don't always have the opportunity to bring our members and supporters out into the field to learn first hand about the amazing work being done on a daily basis through our talented community partners, we thought we'd bring the education and knowledge to you.
Our free Conservation Lunch Series ("brown bag lunch") will bring together community experts and local conservation leaders throughout the year to educate us on the great conservation work being done in and around Shasta County. Check out our past events below and stay tuned to our Newsroom for updates on upcoming speakers and presentations!
CLOVER CREEK FISH LADDERS
Featuring Ross Perry from the Western Shasta RCD
9.19.17 from 12-1pm
On Wednesday, September 19th from 12-1pm, at the Shasta Land Trust office, we are kicking of our new Conservation Lunch Series, with the hour long talk focusing on the new Clover Creek Fish Ladders and the work that went into making this event a great success!
Ross Perry was the on-site representative for the Western Shasta Resource Conservation District throughout the construction of the fish ladders last summer. Last winter he ran the video fish monitoring station to monitor the success of the project from October 16' through March 17'. Ross will be bringing in some photos showcasing the fish using the new ladders. Bring your lunch to this free event and the Land Trust will provide the drinks and some snacks!
Shasta County through the eyes of a Geologist and Fossil Expert
Featuring Mike Higley and Eric Rapport
2.6.18 from 12-1pm
Our next Conservation Lunch Series hosts will be Fossil Expert Mike Higley and Geologist Eric Rapport. These two experts will enlighten you on a Northern California you didn't know had existed in the past. Learn about the incredible fossils found in Shasta County today along with the geology of the land we live on. We hope to see you at our office on Tuesday, February 6 from 12-1pm.