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28 April 2015
In partnership with Tracy Aviary and the University of Utah's Ecological Planning Center, we invite you to join us for this full-day workshop taught by local experts from throughout the Jordan River Watershed.
Friday May 1, 2015
8:30 - 4:30 pm
Utah Cultural Celebration Center
1355 W 3100 S
West Valley City, UT
Workshop topics include:
Jordan River Success Stories and Opportunities
Public Safety and Risk Prevention
Bird Management and the Migratory Bird Treaty Act
Improving the Compatibility of Outdoor Recreation and Wildlife Along the Jordan River
Adaptive Management - A Restoration Approach
How to be "Wild Aware" and minimize conflicts with wildlife
Field exercises - plan and design an actual restoration project
Bring your projects and "Ask an Expert"
This workshop is geared towards land managers, planners, park and restoration project designers, elected and appointed officials, and all watchable wildlife enthusiasts and users of the Jordan River Parkway.