Dr. Jerry Franklin to Speak on Forest Ecosystems of the Pacific Northwest
Salmon Drift Creek Watershed Council is honored to host Dr. Jerry F. Franklin for a talk on forest ecosystems, on Wednesday, May 27 at 6pm at Surftides Lincoln City, located at 2945 NW Jetty Ave.
Dr. Franklin has been called the “father of new forestry” and is one of the country’s leading authorities on sustainable forest management and maintaining healthy forest ecosystems. He will be speaking on what we have learned about the forest ecosystems of the PNW during the last half century and on implications of this learning.
Dr. Franklin’s talk is free and open to the public although donations to SDCWC are welcome; suggested donation $5 helps to support the work of watershed restoration and protection. Surftides has generously donated the use of the meeting room. SDCWC encourages attendees to visit the on-site restaurant MIST before or after the talk for refreshment.