The World Forestry Center is bringing together a panel of experts to discuss the connection between forests, water quality, and human health. Join us in this conversation on what water utilities and public health officials are doing to meet these challenges.
Forests ~ Water ~ Health II: The Surprising Way Environment Affects Community Health is sponsored by The Woodard Family Foundation and the Lora L. and Martin N. Kelley Family Foundation Trust.
Doors open at 8 a.m. for registration and continental breakfast.
The discussion will be moderated by BOBBY COCHRAN, executive director, Willamette Partnership.
The panel of experts will include:
BRUCE ROLL, director of the Watershed Management Department, Clean Water Services
CYREENA BOSTON ASHBY, chief executive officer, Oregon Public Health Institute
KRISTIE L. EBI, director, Center for Health and the Global Environment (CHANGE), University of Washington
MARK MILLER, senior forester, Trout Mountain Forestry
LILLIAN SHIRLEY, director, Oregon Health Authority, OR State Public Health Division
$15 General | $5 Student