Mid-Willamette Beaver Partnership focus group recruitment

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Teresa Matteson

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Mar 29, 2022, 12:45:11 PMMar 29
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Participate in a Beaver-Focused Discussion Group 

 

The Mid-Willamette Beaver Partnership (https://www.luckiamutelwc.org/mwbp.html) is inviting those who live or manage property in the Luckiamute, Marys River, North Santiam, South Santiam or Calapooia watersheds to participate in a discussion group about the interactions you have with beaver on or near your property. The discussion will be conducted online via Zoom. Action Research, an independent research agency, has been hired to conduct these groups. As a thank you, participants will receive a $50 gift card as compensation for participation in the 90-minute discussion. 

 

The purpose of the discussion group is to gather a variety of perspectives about the presence of beaver in the area. We want to talk to residents and land managers who have been or are impacted by beaver activity on or near their property. The Partnership will use the results of the discussion to understand more about the relationship between humans and beaver. 

 

The discussion group will be held the week of April 11th. Further details will be provided upon acceptance into the group. To see if you qualify to participate, please call Action Research at (760) 722-4000 between 8:30am and 5pm Pacific time. If outside regular business hours, please leave your name, telephone number, and best time to reach you and someone from Action Research will contact you. 

 

On Tue, Mar 29, 2022 at 9:38 AM Teresa Matteson <tmat...@bentonswcd.org> wrote:

Hello Suzzane

I manage a 300-ish member listserv for Benton SWCD. Regarding your email below, would you like me to distribute that invitation with the BSWCD announcement listserv?

Thanks for reply.

 

Teresa Matteson

Resource Conservationist

136 SW Washington Ave., Suite 201

Corvallis, OR 97333

541-840-3616 COVID cell

Know your soils. Appreciate the services they provide.

 

 

 

 

From: Michael Ahr <mic...@bentonswcd.org>
Sent: Tuesday, March 29, 2022 8:45 AM
To: Teresa Matteson <tmat...@bentonswcd.org>
Subject: FW: Mid-Willamette Beaver Partnership focus group recruitment

 

 

Share your experiences with beavers and receive a $50 gift card!

 

The Mid-Willamette Beaver Partnership (www.LuckiamuteLWC.org/mwbp) is inviting those who live or manage property in the Luckiamute, Marys River, North Santiam, South Santiam or Calapooia watersheds to participate in a discussion group about the interactions you have with beavers on or near your property. The discussion will be conducted online via Zoom. Action Research, an independent research agency, has been hired to conduct these groups. As a thank you, participants will receive a $50 gift card as compensation for participation in the 90-minute discussion.

The purpose of the discussion group is to gather a variety of perspectives about the presence of beavers and beaver activity in the area. We want to talk to residents and land managers who interact with beavers on or near their property, including those who have been or are impacted by beaver-related activity. The Partnership will use the results of the discussion to understand more about the relationship between humans and beavers.


The discussion group will be held the week of April 11th. Further details will be provided upon acceptance into the group. To see if you qualify to participate, please call Action Research at (760) 722-4000 between 8:30am and 5pm Pacific time. If outside regular business hours, please leave your name, telephone number, and best time to reach you and someone from Action Research will contact you.

 

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Suzanne Teller

Pronouns: she / her

Outreach Coordinator

 

The Luckiamute and Ash Creek watersheds are located within the traditional homelands of the Luckiamute, Yamhill and Chepenefa Bands of Kalapuya. Following the Willamette Valley Treaty of 1855 (Kalapuya Treaty), Kalapuya people were forcibly removed to reservations at either Grand Ronde or Siletz. Today, Kalapuya live either within the tribal reservations or in communities throughout the region. Many Kalapuya are active members of the sovereign nations of the Confederated Tribes of the Grand Ronde or the Confederated Tribes of Siletz Indians. Kalapuya culture is alive.

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