Marys River Watershed Council Ecology Tap Talk Tonight

Grab your favorite beverage and join Marys River Watershed Council (MRWC) for our January Ecology Tap Talk, featuring a presentation by Karen Hall of the Institute for Applied Ecology on their unique program working with regional prisoners on the captive breeding of endangered butterflies as part of a larger ecological restoration project. MRWC’s monthly Ecology Tap Talks take place on the third Thursday of each month at Common Fields in downtown Corvallis (in their heated indoor or covered outdoor areas), and 10% of food and beverage sales support MRWC’s environmental education and restoration work in the Marys River watershed.

the Marys River Watershed Council Ecology Tap Talk series at Common Fields. January’s talk topic: “Metamorphosis in Prisons: Captive rearing of endangered butterfly brings opportunity for change,” presented by Karen Hall of the Institute for Applied Ecology.

Date: Thursday, January 18 from 5:30pm-7:30pm

Location: Common Field Corvallis, 545 SW 3rd St, Corvallis, OR 97333 (event will be indoors if it is raining and outdoors under cover and with heaters if clear).

Free to attend. Beverages and food for purchase, with 10% of proceeds going to Marys River Watershed Council. Thanks to Common Fields and the Oregon Conservation and Recreation Fund for making this tap talk series possible.

NOTE: Tickets are not required for this FREE event! Plan to arrive early to get seats and, if desired, order food and beverages. Talk starts at 6PM.

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