On Wednesday September 8 at 5:00 PM, Stephen Prager from the Audubon Society will speak on “Keeping Beer and Rivers Flowing.”
To join this webinar, click on the following link: https://us02web.zoom.us/j/84666930330 The webinar Passcode is: 092021
Brewers know that an adequate and reliable water supply is critical to their craft. Audubon knows that it is critical to healthy rivers, habitats, birds, and other wildlife. Together, they are working to protect rivers and water across the West. This coalition of conservation-minded breweries, the Western Rivers Brewers’ Council (WRBC), is taking action by helping Audubon reach new audiences, recruit volunteers, advocate for sound water policy, and yes – brew beer. Learn more about how the WRBC is making a difference for birds and their habitats during this presentation from Audubon Southwest Outreach Biologist, Steven Prager.
Steve connects community members with conservation action opportunities – be it through bird survey, policy action, or hands-on habitat work. Specific work includes the Western Rivers Brewers’ Council, Western Rivers Action Network, Important Bird Areas program, campus chapter and general chapter relations, and managing the nationally-recognized River Pathways program focused on inspiring teens toward careers in conservation. Steve earned a Bachelor’s of Science in Conservation Biology/Ecological Sustainability from Arizona State University. When he’s not looking up to find birds, he’s looking down to find snakes.