Pecha Kucha Presentation: Using Prescribed Grazing for Habitat Management
By Daniel Barringer, Preserve Manager
Next Thursday, February 23, I will be giving a presentation at Green Valleys Watershed Association as part of a workshop called, “Monitoring the Success of Stormwater Management Practices.”
The presentations will all be Pecha Kucha style, a format developed by Klein-Dytham Architecture in Tokyo in 2003. Each presentation consists of 20 slides shown for 20 seconds each…so each presentation lasts just six minutes and 40 seconds!
I’m finding it a challenging style to use but I think it will be fun! I also think my topic might appear to be on the fringe of the overall subject, but out-of-the-box thinking is encouraged in this format. I always say that improving water quality in our streams is largely the result of doing good land management, and that grazing is simultaneously the oldest and the newest idea in land management.
Click on the link above for more details or to register for the workshop.