The theme for this year’s series is Collaborating for Impact. Our commitment to “Let Knowledge Serve” is reflected through our work alongside community partners to contribute in meaningful ways to our city, region and state. Together with our engaged partners, our faculty and students bring their expertise and enthusiasm to achieve a more equitable, resilient and sustainable future.
This month, we're highlighting PSU-agency partnerships.
- Kelly Gleason, assistant professor of environmental science, and Sylas Daughtrey with U.S. Geological Survey, will share about their joint project aimed at better understanding the impacts from the Eagle Creek Fire to cold water refuges in the Columbia River Gorge.
- Judy Bluehorse Skelton, assistant professor of Indigenous Nations Studies, and Kim Strassburg with U.S. Fish and Wildlife will share about their ongoing partnership featuring Indigenous Traditional Ecological and Cultural Knowledge work.
Eagle Creek (Or.), Forest hydrology -- Lower Columbia River Watershed (Or. and Wash.), Water temperature -- Effect of fires on -- Oregon -- Hood River County, Water temperature -- Effect of fires on -- Lower Columbia River Watershed (Or. and Wash.), Soil erosion, Forest fires -- Environmental aspects, Wildfires -- Oregon, Historic sites -- Conservation and restoration -- Oregon, Cultural property -- Protection -- Oregon, Indigenous peoples, Native Americans, Indians of North America
Gleason, Kelly E.; Daughtrey, Sylas; BlueHorse Skelton, Judy; and Strassburg, Kim, "Collaborating for Impact in the Environment" (2021). At This Moment Webinar Series. 14.