Tanner Van Orden

Bull Trout eDNA Lunch and Learn

Native Fish Society will be hosting a lunch and learn featuring Bull Trout eDNA testing with River Steward Jodi Wilmoth on Thursday October, 29th at 12:00pm - 12:45pm. The presentation will be 25 minutes with 20 minutes of Q&A and discussion.

What is eDNA? eDNA is short for “environmental DNA” and refers to any DNA that is collected from an environmental sample, rather than directly from an organism. eDNA can be collected for terrestrial animals, fish, amphibians and even microorganisms.

Jodi has been testing the waters of central Oregon over the past year for any sign of Bull Trout eDNA. Listen as she shares her experiences and how the samples will help fuel future conservation in the watersheds of central Oregon.

Please RSVP here for the event, or via the button below to save your virtual seat!

We look forward to gathering virtually with our community to continue our journey as stewards and keepers of the wild.

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