11:00 AM - Multi-Purpose Room
Learn about what makes these forests so special, where to find them, why so few remain.
This is an in-person program. Wearing a face covering is optional at all library events.
Oregons ancient forests are vital to our state's future - for clean water, climate change, wildlife, recreation, environmental justice, and so much more. Learn about what makes these forests so special, where to find them, why so few remain, and what threats they continue to face. Chandra will highlight a variety of the hiking experiences found in the book, covering natural and human history, so you come away with a better understanding of these complex ecosystems and their extraordinary value.
Born and raised in Michigan, Chandra LeGue has called Oregon home since 1999. A self-described "nature nerd," she has degrees in biology and environmental studies, and has worked for Oregon Wild since 2003, promoting policies that protect and restore Oregons forests and engaging the public in the organizations work. She is the author of Oregon's Ancient Forests: A hiking guide published by Mountaineers Books in 2019.
Books will be available for sale.
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