Transforming your experience on Marys Peak - May 9 @ 7:00 pm

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David Eckert

May 3, 2024, 1:28:48 PMMay 3

A major effort to transform your experience on Marys Peak is underway so you can fully embrace the special physical, ecological and cultural features of this important place.

Register today for the final webinar of the 2024 Liz & Bob Frenkel Spring Series about the transforming Marys Peak.


Imagining Marys Peak

Thursday, May 9

7:00-8:30 pm

Presenters include:

  • Julia Johanas, Siuslaw National Forest, U.S. Forest Service
  • Matt Ramich, Siuslaw National Forest, U.S. Forest Service
  • Dave Eckert, Marys Peak Alliance of AFRANA


To register for this free webinar, click well in advance of the May 9th, 7:00 pm start time on:

You will then receive a participant link to the webinar.

All who pre-register will also automatically receive a link to the webinar recording by May 12th.


For general information, contact Dave Eckert:


·         Marys Peak Group Sierra Club

·         Corvallis-Benton County Public Library

·         Marys Peak Alliance of AFRANA


Dave Eckert

Program Chair, Marys Peak Group of the Sierra Club


I live within Champinefu, the traditional homeland of the Ampinefu Band of Kalapuya.  Following the Willamette Valley Treaty of 1855 (Kalapuya …Treaty), Kalapuya people were taken to Corvallis and concentrated into an encampment along the Marys River for 5 months and then forcibly removed from Corvallis to the Grand Ronde.  Today, Kalapuya live within tribal lands or tribally-ceded lands 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. For more information watch the Champinefu Webinar Series on the Corvallis-Benton County Library YouTube channel. Champinefu Webinar Series - YouTube





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