Healing our ecosystem

Healing our ecosystem: Recovering belonging from the wounds of colonialism is a series of posts from Rene Henery, PhD, Science Director with TU’s California Program, an eminent ecologist, a lifelong angler and one of the core staff working to advance TU’s practice of Diversity, Equity and Inclusion.

Healing our Ecosystem: Recovering Belonging, part two

This is the second in a series of posts from Rene Henery, PhD, TU's California Science Director, examining how conservation is linked to the healing we need to do as individuals and as a nation, how a sense of *belonging* is a value and desire common to all, and how some historical and social constructs work against our collective realization of this core value. ...
TU staffers turn 2020’s Oregon wildfires into opportunity to improve resiliency

TU staffers turn 2020’s Oregon wildfires into opportunity to improve resiliency

People all around Oregon woke on Sept. 8, 2020, to high winds, extensive power outages and lots of speculation by foresters that it could be the worst day of fires in Oregon’s history. That’s exactly what it turned out to be for Chrysten Lambert, TU’s Oregon director for Western Conservation, and many others when three wildfires whipped through the area in a split second ... Read More