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The Wildlife Society’s Annual Conference is widely regarded as the largest and most important technical meeting for wildlife professionals and students in North America, perhaps the world. Each year, the conference provides roughly 1,000 educational opportunities for attendees in the form of scientific symposia, workshops, trainings, poster sessions, panel discussions and more. Topics span the full range of wildlife conservation, management, and research topics.
After eight years of managing the first turnkey, full-delivery mitigation project for the Oregon Department of Transportation (ODOT), we are excited to announce that the Pioneer Mnt. – Eddyville (PME) Turnkey Mitigation Project has moved into the long-term stewardship phase through a MB&G-brokered partnership between ODOT, The Wetlands Conservancy, and Weyerhaeuser. MB&G led a multi-disciplinary […]READ MORE
EMA and ODOT have officially released their Culturally Modified Tree (CMT) training video. This was produced as mitigation for adverse effects to some CMTs during the ODOT Wildfire Recovery Hazard Debris Management project. The video highlights why CMTs should be recorded and protected, while underscoring the importance of early and frequent communication with local Tribes […]READ MORE
Every year MB&G attends the Oregon Logging Conference. This year, we had a great booth set up with giveaways and the opportunity to chat with attendees. Our staff also attended the Oregon Women in Timber auction, which raised $147,000 for the Talk About Trees program. A gorgeous painted conk was donated by one of our […]READ MORE