Some really nice posts on Twitter under the hashtag #OSCFires came out of the panel discussion on Thursday, Nov. 16, 2017.



Four times a year, the Bay Area Open Space Council brings together experts for timely discussions on land conservation.

This month, the council is hosting a panel discussion on the recent North Bay wildfires, with ecologists and land managers from several organizations (including the Land Trust) talking about the impacts of the fires on their protected land.

RSVP is required, so sign up now if you’re interested.

  • When: Thursday, November 16, 2017 – 9:30 a.m. to 1 p.m.
  • Where: David Brower Center – 2150 Allston Way, Berkely, CA 94704 (map)
  • Cost: Free (normally $30) – RSVP required

Other organizations attending: Audubon Canyon Ranch; Pepperwood Foundation; Sonoma Land Trust; California State Parks; Sonoma County Open Space District.