Upcoming Talk 01.06.22 | Biological Corridors
Join us on Thursday, January 6th at 6:00 p.m. via Zoom for the next installment of our Conservation Talk Series! This event is free and open to the public. Registration is required.
In this presentation, we will discuss the importance of biological corridors, the local wildlife that utilize them, and the efforts PCD is making towards creating these networks of habitat in our community.
About our speaker: Garrett LaCivita is a Conservation Planner at Palouse Conservation District. In her role she supports landowners who implement conservation projects that enhance soil health and water quality, create new habitat for fish and wildlife, and reduce erosion. Garrett has over ten years of wildlife experience. She holds two Bachelor’s degrees from Virginia Tech in Fisheries Science and Wildlife Biology, and she earned her Master’s in Conservation Leadership and Conflict Management at Colorado State University. Her thesis focused on large cat utilization of biological corridors adjacent to farming communities in Belize and the identified threats to corridors, wildlife, and livestock. Garrett previously worked with the U.S. Park Service and U.S. Forest Service researching owls, goshawks, golden eagles, and bats throughout the Western United States. She also served in the U.S. Peace Corps as a rural aquaculture specialist in Zambia, Africa for two and a half years.
Unable to join us for this presentation? The recording will be posted here the next day.