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Environmental Learning Center at CCC offers professional development workshops
OREGON CITY – Broaden your knowledge of environmental issues and earn continuing education units at a professional development workshop at the Clackamas Community College Environmental Learning Center.
Oregon Conservation Strategy: Helping you to manage priority species
Sept. 22 and 23
The Oregon Conservation Strategy is the state's plan for maintaining healthy fish and wildlife populations using data and habitat restoration. Learn to use the Oregon Conservation Strategy in making effective land management decisions. The course consists of lecture, field practicum or both. Lecture and field practicum cost: $310 (students $124). Lecture only cost: $230 (students $92).
Managing vegetation for beaver
Oct. 3 and 4
Evaluate vegetation from a beaver’s perspective and develop strategies for modifying beaver behavior through plant selection and placement. The course consists of lecture, field practicum or both. Lecture and field practicum cost: $390 (students $156). Lecture only cost: $270 (students $108).
Technology tools for natural resource management
Learn about the variety of technological tools that can help you to manage natural resources. Cost: $230 (students $92).
Workshop lectures will be held in person at the Environmental Learning Center and remotely via Zoom. Field practicum locations vary by workshop. Rain dates are scheduled should there be inclement weather. There are a limited number of scholarship funds available that reduce the registration cost by 30% for those eligible.The Environmental Learning Center is located on the Oregon City campus, 19600 Molalla Ave. For further details about the workshops, or to register, visit www.clackamas.edu/elc-professional-development. For questions, contact Renee Harber at email@example.com.