Sponsored by Oregon Lake Association
Oregon Department of Environmental Quality,
and Oregon State University
Oregon State University and Oregon Lakes Association are pleased to announce the 2024 Cyanobacterial Harmful Algal Bloom Stakeholder Meeting at Oregon State University: Memorial Union Room 213 on Friday, March 8, 2024 from 9:00 AM to 4:00 PM. Live-stream attendance offered via Zoom.
AGENDA: At this annual meeting, people typically share information on recent blooms and any changes in regulations and bloom management.
The morning program will feature representatives of the agencies that monitor and respond to CyanoHABs. There will be a recap of the CyanoHABs of 2023 and coverage of upcoming changes in monitoring regulations and bloom management.
The afternoon program will feature reports of current research on CyanoHABs in Oregon.
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Those with new interests in or management responsibilities for HABs in lakes and reservoirs will find this a good meeting to make connections with people in Oregon who are knowledgeable about HABs.
To attend in-person or online, please register using the link on this page. Registration options will be:
- Live-Stream via Zoom. Zoom registrants will receive an email with a link for Zoom registration which will then be followed by an email with instructions for joining the meeting (i.e, note that you need to register with Zoom after the OLA registration).
You will be able to come and go during the day.
Attendance cost is $10 for both in-person or online modes.
LIVE-STREAM REGISTRANTS - remember to ALSO register to receive your Zoom link at the link in your registration confirmation.
IN-PERSON REGISTRANTS - Go to Oregon State University, Corvallis, Memorial Union Room 213 (Pan-Afrikan Sankofa Room) . The Memorial Union is one block north on the corner of Jefferson Way and 26th St.~ CAMPUS MAP
PARKING: The most convenient place to park will be the parking structure at the corner of Washington Way and 26th St. This requires a B2 permit ($4/day) that you can buy as you enter. You can explore parking options at https://transportation.oregonstate.edu/parking/visitors. Here you can purchase a parking permit online ahead of time, or see the locations of pay stations where you can buy a daily ticket when you arrive. The Memorial Union is one block north on the corner of Jefferson Way and 26th St
Dr. Theo Dreher, Department of Microbiology, OSU
Dan Sobota, OR-Department of Environmental Quality, Daniel.SOBOTA@deq.oregon.gov