Vesper Meadow Education Program is offering a one-day field workshop on photopoint monitoring through the Oregon State University’s Land Stewardship Program. Photo monitoring is an easy and inexpensive way to show landscape changes over time. We will go over basic protocols, materials, and provide tips and tricks. Hosted at the beautiful Vesper Meadow Preserve site, we will explore an example study of wetland restoration at a wet meadow adjacent to the Cacade-Siskiyou National Monument. Participants will gain hands-on experience in data collection and discuss strategies for creating volunteer/community involvement opportunities. This is a perfect introduction for those interested in general land management, landscape design, and restoration project monitoring.
Dress in layers and sun protection, bring smartphone or camera & water and snacks, rubber or waterproof boots recommended.