Environmental Storytellers, a new speaker series from Resource Conservation Partners, starts March 28, from 6pm to 8pm at MadeWest Brewing Co.
Resource Conservation Partners, a non-profit organization formed in 2009 to focus on habitat restoration and enhancement of open spaces and critically degraded eco systems throughout Ventura County, has launched a new speaker series called Environmental Storytellers. Each month industry experts will discuss a key environmental issue and engage attendees in a thought-provoking conversation. Attendance is free, information available at www.resourceconservationpartners.com.
Joel Trumbo, Senior Environmental Scientist at the California Dept of Fish & Wildlife will discuss the safety and regulating operations for glyphosate, the controversial herbicide used to control invasive plants. Is glyphosate safe for humans? Where is it used and which foods contain glyphosate? Can glyphosate affect birds, fish, or other wildlife? Trumbo will present the facts with scientific support and provide a big picture overview of land management issues and strict state regulatory reporting requirements. Based in Sacramento, Trumbo is an expert on land restoration and land management practices. His presentations are engaging, conversational, funny, straight forward and unbiased.
No cost to attend. Food trucks and beverages available for purchase. Venue host, MadeWest will donate 20% of sales to Resource Conservation Partners — a 501(c)(3) local organization.
RSVP at email@example.com or call 889-0529
MadeWest Brewing Company, 1744 Donlon St.
Resource Conservation Partners, a non-profit organization formed in 2009 to focus on habitat restoration and enhancement of open spaces and critically degraded eco systems throughout Ventura County.