Climate Change in Central Oregon



Climate Change in Central Oregon

Join the Deschutes Land Trust and Fiona Noonan to learn about climate change impacts and solutions in Central Oregon from the comfort of your home. We'll discuss climate science, the effects of climate change on natural systems, and the ways that conservation can combat rising temperatures and shifting habitats. Learn about the Land Trust's climate change strategy and the ways you can make a difference on your own! Then you'll have a chance to ask your own climate change questions during a during a question and answer session. **Registration required to receive the virtual event link. Only one person per household needs to register for this event.**


Fiona Noonan is the Deschutes Land Trust’s Conservation Associate. She assists with conservation projects, including developing acquisition and climate change strategies. She received her B.S. in Earth Systems from Stanford University, where she focused on environmental education, climate change policy, and land rights. Prior to joining the Land Trust in 2018, Fiona worked as a backpacking guide at Stanford, as a researcher with the Stanford Social Ecology Lab, and as an educator and wilderness guide in Leadville, Colorado. When she's not at the Land Trust, Fiona spends her time climbing, backpacking, and skiing around the forests, deserts, and mountains of Central Oregon (when she's not making sourdough, that is).