Aug 30, Utah Trails Forum
Webinar Series
Session 1: Land

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Introducing the Utah Trails Forum Webinar Series:
Conservation, Recreation, and Trails

The Utah Trails Forum is excited to announce our next webinar series: Conservation, Recreation, and Trails. This three part series will look at the crucial junction between conserving healthy ecosystems and providing responsible recreation opportunities. Some of the questions we will discuss: Who are the important partners when pursing a trail project on or near sensitive habitat? What is a land trust and how do I work with them? What are the best practices for protecting wildlife and cultural resources? Where do trails simply not belong? The Utah Trails Forum webinars are planned as interactive, network-building sessions, so please bring your own questions and get excited for breakout discussions alongside the panel presentations. We hope you’ll join for all three sessions!

Session 1: Land
Wednesday, August 30th, 12pm-1pm
Session 2: Wildlife
Session 3: People

Learn More and Register for Session 1 by clicking here!

Session 1: Land
– Meet our Presenters –

Elaine York, West Desert Regional Director for The Nature Conservancy
Elaine York, The Nature Conservancy, - Image Courtesy All Rights Reserved

Elaine York, West Desert Regional Director for The Nature Conservancy in Utah, is based in Salt Lake City. She is the on-ground lead for their conservation work in western Utah, including biologically diverse Washington County. In her 27 years with the Conservancy, Elaine has led innovative projects in landscape planning, ecological modeling, and land acquisition in partnership with multiple state and federal government agencies and private landowners. In 2008 she received the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service’s Recovery Champion award for her work protecting rare plants in Washington County and in 2019 she and a number of partners received the Recovery Champion award for their work on behalf of the Utah prairie dog. In her free time, Elaine enjoys spending time with family and exploring the deserts, canyons, and mountains she is personally and professionally committed to protecting.

Corey Ann Dutton, President, South Summit Trails Foundation

Corey Ann Dutton, President of the South Summit Trails Foundation - Image Courtesy All Rights Reserved

Corey Dutton is a real estate lender and the founder of Private Money Utah, a private debt placement company in Utah. Corey is originally from Austin, Texas and enjoys spending time in the great outdoors. She obtained her MBA in 2005 from Thunderbird Graduate School of Global Management. Corey is the President of the South Summit Trails Foundation which is a trails foundation that builds recreational and transportation trails in the south central area of Summit County.

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