Date(s) - January 15, 2020
7:00 pm - 8:30 pm
This free presentation is part of “Natural Selections,” the Astoria Library’s free science and nature speaker series. Wildlife biologist Jakob Shockey will talk about what beaver do and why they do it, their keystone role in our ecosystem and the historical context of beaver and humans in the PNW. He will discuss tools for addressing common conflicts through natural science and design, and he’ll touch upon emergent trends in beaver management and strategies for partnering with beaver for habitat restoration and water resiliency.