San Diego Zoo Wildlife Alliance is hosting a Channel Island and California Native Oaks workshop. The workshop will take place on December 7th, 8th and 9th at San Diego Zoo. The first two days will be focused on discussing the Channel Island Oaks (Quercus cedrosensis, Q. dumosa, Q. pacifica, Q. tomentella) threats, current conservation/management work and determine where we can intervene as a multi-sector, collaborative group to conserve the species long-term. The workshops will lead to the development of a draft management/action plan for one or more of the Channel Island oaks. The final day, December 9th, we will go out in the field to visit one of the local Q. dumosa populations. To register for the in-person workshop, please click on the link above. To learn more, view the workshop agenda here.
For questions or additional information, please contact the workshop coordinator, Christy Powell and/or GCCO Coordinator, Amy Byrne.