Cache Environmental Council: Trails, Forests, Butterflies, Mule Deer, Elk
Next meeting: Tuesday, April 25, 2017, 7 p.m.
Logan Library Jim Bridger Room
Trails As Infrastructure, Dayton Crites, The Trails Cache
Volunteer Opportunities, David Ashby, Logan Ranger District
Mariposa Festival, Milkweed propagation, Native Plant Pollinator Gardens,
Firefly Biology, and Native Songbirds. Ron Hellstern, Cache Valley Wildlife
Mule Deer Foundation, Katie Gourdin
Rocky Mountain Elk Foundation, Rachelle Bodrero
For more information,
contact Hilary Shughart
Cache Environmental Council Website: www.cacheenvironment.org
The Cache Environmental Council website is up and running. Please submit your
organization’s info to the directory and submit event information for the
shared online calendar: Cacheenvironment.org
The mission of the Cache Environmental Council is to unite environmental
organizations and their volunteers, in and around Cache Valley, in sharing
ideas, upcoming events, and ongoing services.
The Cache Environmental Council meets on the last Tuesday of the month, Logan
library Jim Bridger room, 7 p.m
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