Our Lens on Learning Series Continues Online
The Deschutes River Needs Our Help
Presented by Tod Heisler, Central Oregon Land Watch
March 20, 2021, 10:00 a.m.
Free event on Zoom
Join Tod as he discusses the severe ecological degradation the Deschutes River has suffered over the past century and why the recently approved Habitat Conservation Plan needs to do more.
Tod Heisler joined Central Oregon LandWatch in January of 2019 and serves as the Director of its Rivers Program. Tod has thirty years of executive management experience in various environmental non-profit organizations including the World Wildlife Fund, Conservation International, Greater Yellowstone Coalition, and the Deschutes River Conservancy where he served as Executive Director for fifteen years. Tod played a leadership role in three water management studies conducted in the Deschutes Basin over the past fifteen years. His broad knowledge of Oregon Water Law, current water management practices by irrigation districts, and the array of solutions available to restore Deschutes River streamflows puts him in a unique position to advocate strongly for all the rivers in Central Oregon, especially the one we think of as our “home river.”
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Tod Heisler will present on March 20.