[MCN] Wilderness Institute and the MT FLoW Seminar Lecture Tuesday 2/21- ³Bringing Life Back to Northwest Rivers and Nearshore Environments: The Elwha River and Nisqually Delta Restorations"
Rachel.James at umontana.edu
Mon Feb 20 22:23:25 EST 2017
Join the Wilderness Institute and the Montana FLoW Seminar: ‘Faculty Lecturing on Water’ for a Wilderness Issues Lecture Series Lecture
“Bringing Life Back to Northwest Rivers and Nearshore Environments: The Elwha River and Nisqually Delta Restorations,” Dr. Jeff Crane, Dean of the College of Arts and Sciences at Saint Martin's University
Tuesday, February 21, 2017
The series takes place every Tuesday at 7:00pm-8:20pm in Gallagher Business Building Room 122 on the UM campus.
Description: Jeff Crane will be sharing the story of the Elwha River, providing the history of the damming of the river, the efforts to restore the river and its salmon fisheries, and the impacts of the dam removals so far. He will also spend some time discussing his new project, an environmental history of the Nisqually River.
Jeff Crane grew up in Washington and earned his Ph.D. in history at Washington State University. His scholarship has focused on river development, protest against dams, impacts on salmon and other fisheries, and river restoration efforts. His current scholarship includes work on urban farming as ecological protest and researching river and nearshore restoration efforts in the Pacific Northwest and the beneficial impacts of restoration, particularly as they help build resilience against climate change. He currently serves as the the Dean of the College of Arts and Sciences at St. Martin’s University in Lacey, Washington.
As usual, these lectures are FREE and OPEN TO THE PUBLIC. UM students may receive credit for the series by registering for NRSM 371, CRN 30257. Please join us for this and upcoming lectures on Tuesday evenings, brought to you by the Wilderness Institute at the University of Montana. If you would like additional information, please contact the Wilderness Institute at (406) 243-6916 or wi at cfc.umt.edu or visit the Wilderness Issues Lecture Series website. A complete list of speakers and topics can be found below.
Speaker Schedule for 2017 Wilderness Issues Lecture Series
February 28 — "The Career of an Adventure-Conservationist,” Jonathan Waterman, award-winning author and wilderness explorer
March 7 — “Equity and Information Access in the Context of Natural Disasters”, Dr. Rebecca Bendick, geologist and professor, University of Montana
March 14 — "Modernizing the Columbia River Treaty: Columbia River as International Case Study in Ethics and Water", Dr. John Osborn, Physician and Conservationist, Ethics and Treaty Project, Center for Environmental Law and Policy
March 28 — “Exxon Valdez Oil Spill – its Influence on Conservation and Oil in Arctic Alaska,” Dan Ritzman, Regional Director, Sierra Club
April 4 — “The Federal Public Lands Transfer and Privatization Movement from the Sagebrush Rebellion to the American Lands Council: What is Driving it and What Could it Mean for Our Country? ” Hal Herring, award-winning journalist, writer, and editor
W.A. Franke College of Forestry & Conservation
University of Montana
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