How should we manage public land in California? Join us for the second part of this two-semester event series that seeks to explore the many facets of this question. In this first part of this two-part series, we talked about the major themes in the history of California land management, the philosophy of why that management was chosen, and its effects on California’s land. We used Yosemite and the Fairfield Osborn Preserve as case studies to illustrate all of this. Now, in this second part, hear James answer the question of where he thinks we should go from here with California's land management. Or rather, given all that has happened, how does he believe we should approach land management today. Watch recorded event here: Deep Dive: Shifts in Land Management Part 2, March 2, 2021
James Peterson, Graduate Student, Cultural Resources, Sonoma State University
No previous experience or knowledge is required. This event is recommended for ages 14 and up.
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About the Center
Sonoma State University’s Center for Environmental Inquiry empowers university students to work with community members on the environmental challenges of the North Bay. Our mission is to create an engaged and environmentally ready society, one where all people have the skills to find solutions to the challenges facing our earth. SSU Preserves are open to everyone engaged in education or research. Reservations are required.