Spring Events

The full schedule of spring 2021 events for our 23rd ENVX Symposium is listed below, with event times in U.S. Pacific Time. All events will be held online via Zoom to extend our reach of participants and promote safe interaction. All events are free and open to the public.  Pre-registration is required for the Conservation Conversations events with Narrative 4 on March 18.

Thursday, March 4, 2021

8:00-9:30 am International Artists Network Panel
In partnership with Narrative 4, a global organization that promotes radical empathy via story exchange, participants will have the opportunity to learn from artists around the world who support their cause.  The following artists will be participating in the panel: Darrell Bourque (Louisiana), Nathalie Handal (Palestine/Europe), Nina McConigley (Wyoming), Charles Rice-Gonzalez (Bronx/Puerto Rico), and TC Tolbert (Arizona + other areas of the US w/ Outward Bound).

Monday, March 15, 2021

5:00-7:00 pm Spring Engagement Klamath Basin Panel  

This public panel is being produced as part of the Oregon Humanities Consider This series and is cosponsored by Lewis & Clark College’s Environmental Studies Program and the Klamath River Renewal Corporation.  We are happy to feature a diverse group of panelists who will share varied experiences on the long history of use and management of water resources in the Klamath Basin, leading to recent actions including work toward dam removal. Panelists include:

Chairman Russell Attebery, Karuk Tribe
Mark Bransom, KRRC
Chairman Don Gentry, Klamath Tribes
Becky Hyde, Rancher, Yainix Ranch, and Commissioner, Oregon Department of Fish & Wildlife
Chairman Joe James, Yurok Tribe

This program will take place in two parts:

  1. The panel can be livestreamed at 5:00 pm from this site or on the Oregon Humanities YouTube channel.
  2. A discussion will take place at 6:00 pm via Zoom.  Participants can RSVP for the discussion here.

More information is available on the Oregon Humanities website.

Thursday, March 18, 2021

8:00-9:30 am Conservation Conversations
In partnership with Narrative 4, a global organization that promotes radical empathy via story exchange, participants will have the opportunity to share personal experiences of conservation with individuals from around the world. The prompt for the story exchange will be:  A habitat is the home of a plant, animal, or other organism. Living things and their habitats are all around us, in the wild, in cities, and everywhere in between. Tell a story about a habitat that is meaningful to you.  More information on registration and preparation will be provided soon.