I am excited to announce we are approaching the publication of a book 5 years in the making. As the co-editor and author of several of the chapters I am more excited for this book than any other I have written or published. To launch the approach to publication, we are offering a winter webinar series where chapter authors will present some of the highlights from their work.
The Klamath Mountains, a region of northwest California and southwest Oregon about the size of Virginia, is a complex and fascinating place in terms of its Natural History. The Winter Webinar Series will share stories of how geology, climate, fire, and water provide the basis for the biological abundance of all living things across the Klamath Mountains — one of the most biodiverse places on Earth. From the story of the Last Glacier, to the prehistoric finds in limestone caverns, to an amazing assemblage of endemic amphibians — not to mention over 3,500 taxa (species, subspecies, and varieties) of vascular plants — there are many rich tales to tell to help better understand this region we love.
Thursdays 7-8 pm PT | Jan. 7 – March 11, 2021
$69 for the 10-part series or $10 for each class