All in-person sessions require advance registration due to capacity limits. Requirements at the time of each session for capacity limits, masking, social distancing, sign-in of roster (for contact tracing) will be in place.
tue06sep7:00 pm8:00 pmHow climate change is affecting trees in OregonJim Gersbach: Board member of the non-profit "Oregon Community Trees", an organization promoting healthy urban forests7:00 pm - 8:00 pm
tue04oct7:00 pm8:00 pmFrom Seed to Shining Seed: How Restoring Diversity will Save Us AllTom Kaye: PhD Executive Director, Institute for Applied Ecology. Assistant Professor in Dept of Botany and Plant Pathology, OSU7:00 pm - 8:00 pm
tue06dec7:00 pm8:00 pmTake a Walk on the Wild Side: Native Bees of Oregon (and how you can help them)Andony Melathopoulos: Pollinator Health Extension Specialist, Assistant Professor in Horticulture, OSU. Susan Albright: Master Melittologist and OSU Extension Master Gardener Volunteer7:00 pm - 8:00 pm
Inclement Weather Cancellations: WCMGA activities and events may sometimes be canceled due to unusually severe weather.
Here are several options for checking on the status of a WCMGA event:
- As soon as we know an event will be cancelled, notification will be posted here on our website, no later than 8 AM the morning of the event.
- WCMGA events at the Learning Garden at Jenkins Estate –Call the THPRD Inclement Weather Hotline: 503-614-4018. THPRD also recommends visiting the THPRD.org home page, Facebook or Twitter for update closure information or listening to local media sources about closures.
- WCMGA events at the Education Garden at PCC Rock Creek –Go to alert.pcc.ed