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Morgan County Quarterly Program: Coexisting with Beavers; A Dam Worthy Challenge
Thursday, July 28 @ 6:00 pm - 7:00 pm
Presenter: Alison Zak, founder of the Human-Beaver Coexistence Fund (HBCF)
PVMN Continuing Education Eligible
Everyone is welcome to join this free, in-person presentation.
The Potomac Valley Audubon Society welcomes Alison Zak as she presents, “Coexisting with Beavers: A Dam Worthy Challenge”.
Join PVAS for their Morgan County Quarterly Program. Alison Zak will discuss a little beaver ecology and behavior, a lot about the benefits beavers provide for people/other species/the environment, and most applicably, how to coexist with beavers!
Alison Zak, M.A. served as an AmeriCorps volunteer at PVAS in 2016-2017 after which she taught at the National Zoo and led education programs at the Clifton Institute, where she became a beaver believer. Last year, Alison founded the Human-Beaver Coexistence Fund (HBCF) to educate the public about the benefits of coexisting with beavers and to provide resources and financial support to address human-beaver conflict using nonlethal management strategies. Alison is also an anthropologist, writer, and yoga teacher.
This presentation will be held at the Morgan County Board of Education Center, 247 Harrison Ave, Berkeley Springs, WV 25411
Please contact Krista Hawley at AdultPrograms@PotomacAudubon.org or 681-252-1387 with any questions you may have.