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On-Line Public Library Use
09/06/2020
Chris Myers & Shannon Sedell

Presentation by two librarians. Shannon Sedell and Chris Myers provide an overview of resources and tactics for getting the most out of our public library during the COVID crisis. This includes downloadable books, online databases, streaming video, and more. Shannon Sedell and Chris Myers are librarians at Lake Oswego Public Library. Shannon has a bachelor’s degree in Art History and Chris has a master’s degree in Library Science.

Dealing With Death After a Disaster
08/30/2020
Deon Strommer

Deon Strommer presents a talk on disaster recovery. He speaks of his experience with the National Disaster Medical System in February 2020 to help contain the Corona Virus, to assist with quarantining of U.S. citizens arriving from Wuhan, China, and to help in the care of people who died from the virus. In mid-May he returned to Oregon to assist state agencies in preparing for a possible second wave of the virus this Fall. Mr. Strommer is a Funeral Director and owner of First Call Mortuary Services in Portland.

Friends of Frog Ferry
08/16/2020
Susan Bladholm

Presentation by Susan Bladholm, founder of Friends of Frog Ferry. Compelled by other river cities investment in passenger ferry services, Friends of Frog Ferry was conceived to challenge the status quo and call to question whether we should use our riverways as an additional transit mode. Ms. Bladholm, a transportation enthusiast, leads a team of volunteer experts, and has created a governance for the Friends of Frog Ferry.

Trees: The Pacific Forest Trust
08/02/2020
Wendy Gerlach

Wendy Gerlach, of Pacific Forest Trust, discusses trees and their place in the environment. Trees provide us with wood, shade, water, recreation, and wildlife. Moreover, trees are an important part of the solution to climate change. Pacific Forest Trust’s work includes management of forests for climate resilience. Wendy also discusses how climate policies work, such as carbon offset credits. Wendy Gerlach is Senior Conservation Project Manager with Pacific Forest Trust. She is a graduate of Princeton University and of the University of Washington School of Law.

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