Our special storytelling September McKenzie Chapter Meeting is coming up next Wednesday, September 27th at 5:30pm in Eugene, OR – and you’re invited to join!
What: Special Storytelling September McKenzie Chapter Meeting
When: 5:30 pm, Wednesday, September 27th
Storytelling is one of the best tools we have for sharing information and getting people excited about a new topic. With that in mind, we’re excited to launch a storytelling campaign based on the wild fish and environment of the McKenzie River! To roll out this campaign, we need your help, starting at the McKenzie Chapter Meeting next Wednesday.
Please bring your photos, maps, and stories of interacting with wild fish, wildlife, or the McKenzie River itself. Maybe you have a great story about landing your first big wild, native McKenzie Redband. Maybe you’d like to share a time you watched springers spawning. Or maybe you’d like to let people know about the satisfaction you’ve gotten from volunteering on restoration projects in the basin. Any stories related to wild, native fish and the McKenzie River are welcome!
Ultimately, we hope to share these stories with the wider Native Fish Society community on our website, social media accounts, and at relevant events. We look forward to seeing you at the McKenzie Chapter meeting and hearing your stories!
As always, feel free to bring friends!
Please reach out with any questions,
Northern Oregon Coordinator