Joe Trudeau is Southwest Advocate with the non-profit Center for Biological Diversity, where he works to restore ecological integrity and resilience and to safeguard native species and habitats from unsustainable land uses. He has twenty years’ experience in forest ecology and ecological restoration of western fire adapted landscapes. Joe holds a bachelor’s degree in parks and recreation management, with an emphasis in forestry, from Northern Arizona University.
Climate change is rapidly warming and drying the southwest, leading to larger and sometimes more severe wildfires. With an increased national focus on logging our public lands, we should ask if biodiversity conservation and community wildfire protection are compatible? Join us for this presentation to learn more.