University of Nottingham research teams at Land Trust Preserves

Aug 20, 2018
The Deschutes Land Trust and Upper Deschutes Watershed Council welcomed internationally renowned river scientist Dr. Colin Thorne and a team of students from the University of Nottingham in England.

by Jana Hemphill

 

The Deschutes Land Trust and Upper Deschutes Watershed Council welcomed internationally renowned river scientist Dr. Colin Thorne and a team of students from the University of Nottingham in England. They visited the area to study recent restoration projects on two Deschutes Land Trust Preserves designed to improve fish and wildlife habitat.

We checked in with Lauren Mork, the Upper Deschutes Watershed Council's monitoring coordinator, to find out more about what types of data collection occurred at Whychus Canyon Preserve and Camp Polk Meadow Preserve during the past two weeks. See what we learned in our slideshow below.

 

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