Join us on Thursday, November 17th at 6:00 p.m. via Zoom for the next installment of our Conservation Talk Series! We will be joined by Dr. Amanda Stahl, Researcher and Instructor with WSU's School of the Environment, for Riparian Conservation: Why and Where It Matters to People and Nature. This event is free and open to the public. Registration is required.
Dr. Stahl will discuss mapping policies that affect riparian areas and how we monitor ecological outcomes on the Palouse and other parts of Washington.
Dr. Amanda Stahl is a conservation scientist at WSU who studies conservation practices and ecosystem monitoring in agricultural and forest settings. In her work, she applies social-ecological-systems thinking to identify challenges and opportunities for shaping landscape conservation for multiple positive outcomes. Her PhD work produced innovative techniques for mapping and analyzing spatial patterns in policy, social capacity, and ecosystem functions associated with conservation measures on public and private lands. She continues to develop landscape models that use GIS and remote sensing to intersect knowledge from ecology, policy, and environmental governance scholarship to help inform conservation planning and land management. She has been a certified drone pilot since 2019.
Unable to join us for this presentation? The recording will be posted here the next day.