Join us on June 27 at the Axe & Fiddle for this month’s Science on Tap! Have a pint with the watershed council and the people we work with while enjoying great food, trivia, and more! Free to enter, and 10% of all sales benefit the CFWWC.
Featuring a presentation on “Agroecology: Farm Design with Nature in Mind” by Penny Feltner, Working Lands Project Manager at Coast Fork Willamette Watershed Council!
“Regenerative management focuses on maximizing the positive impacts that agriculture can have on natural systems, while still remaining productive. These include practices that rebuild soil, enhance biodiversity, improve water cycling, support native wildlife, and increase resilience to climate change.
Working lands is a free, voluntary program that helps farmers, ranchers, and foresters transition to more regenerative agricultural management.”
The Coast Fork Willamette Watershed Council (CFWWC) hosts a family-friendly monthly public meeting series called Science on Tap on the fourth Tuesday of each month from 5-7pm at the Axe & Fiddle, 657 E. Main Street in Cottage Grove. The event begins with informal socializing, trivia, and updates about the watershed and watershed council. The Science on Tap presentation begins at 6pm. CFWWC receives 10% of all sales from the evening between 5-7:30pm. The event is free to the public, with a $5 donation suggested.