On the Waterfront: If the Willamette River Could Talk, What Would It Say?


If the Willamette River Could Talk, What Would It Say?

Co-hosted by The Freshwater Trust 
Moderated by Doug Stamm, CEO, Meyer Memorial Trust
Introductory Remarks by Congressman Earl Blumenauer


April 11, 2012 
7 – 8:30 p.m.

McMenamins Kennedy School Gym
5736 NE 33rd Ave, Portland, Oregon

Free and open to the public

What was the Willamette Valley like 200 years ago? How have native fish communities, river habitats and water quality changed since then? What are the plausible options for the river’s future? Join Professors Stan Gregory (Oregon State) and Dave Hulse (University of Oregon) as they lead you on a fascinating journey through the Willamette River, sharing stories of its ecological past and visions for its future using historical film clips and video animation. Joe Whitworth, The Freshwater Trust, and Bobby Cochran, Willamette Partnership, will then join the conversation to present how these visions become reality to ensure the Willamette River’s health and vitality for future generations. 

Join the Partnership in conversation about the future of Portland Harbor and the Willamette River.

Professor Stan Gregory, Oregon State University
Professor Dave Hulse, University of Oregon
Joe Whitworth, President, The Freshwater Trust
Bobby Cochran, Executive Director, Willamette Partnership


Related Link:
Portland Harbor Partnership

John Donovan, Metropolitan Group