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May 15, 2014
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LA GRANDE, Ore. (EOU) – Brian Sather, Ph.D., shares details of his decade-long project to catalog recreation trails in northeast Oregon for the next colloquium at EOU Thursday, May 22.
“Follow My Tracks: The Recreation Trail of Northeast Oregon” begins at 4 p.m. in Ackerman Hall, Room 210. A reception with time for questions and answers will follow.
Sather has focused on developing the most comprehensive and accurate listing of trails. He will provide an overview of the current collection and a vision for the future of the project. Attendees will learn about methods of data collection and media used to present the information.
Sather, a professor of physical activity and health at EOU, will also share his personal experience and the value of outdoor activity.
A list of related resources provided by Pierce Library is available for more in-depth information on this topic. Visit http://library.eou.edu/colloquium. To be added to the colloquium mailing list call 541-962-3316.
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