SOCAN takes Climate ‘n’ Critters to Diamond Lake Campground Amphitheater

Mt. Thielsen from the Thielsen View Campground

Mount Thielsen from the Thielsen View Campground

SOCAN Co-Facilitators Alan Journet and Kathy Conway escaped the Rogue Basin heat on August 20th to give a presentation at the USFS Umpqua Forest District Diamond Lake Campground Amphitheater. Besides the program, they enjoyed a couple of nights camping at the Thielsen View Campground, hiking, and visiting the waterfalls on Hwy 138.

The talk employed images of Oregon critters to help audience members make the connection between climate trends and projections and the plight of our natural world.

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