Please join the Logan Ranger District, bridgerland Audubon Society, the Utah Native Plant Society and Logan City as we work to protect our land by preventing the spread of noxious weeds in Cache County.
What: 3rd Annual Weed day When: Saturday, May 22, 2021, 9:00 a.m. – 1:00 p.m. Where: Canyon Entrance Park Pavilion (First Dam), US 89 & Canyon Road, Logan, UT Contact: Lisa Thompson, Volunteer and Partnership Coordinator, firstname.lastname@example.org 801-625-5850
Wear protective clothing, including gloves, long pants, long sleeved shirts, sturdy footwear and bring lots of drinking water. Some tools will be provided but bring your own heavy-duty weeding tools if you can.
The goal of this project is to help reduce and eradicate invasive weeds threatening the native plant community of the local area. Target weeds include, dyers woad, burdock, houndstongue, Scotch thistle and other invasive weeds. Control methods will include hand pulling, digging and possible bagging.
Volunteers providing service on national forests will follow Federal health guidelines including social distancing while on projects and wearing masks when social distancing is difficult to maintain.
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April 15, Sustainability and Energy in Utah
The USU Institute of Government and Politics & College of Humanities and Social Sciences (CHASS) presented Sustainability and Energy in Utah a discussion about sustainability policy with
Jon Cox, VP of Government Affairs at Rocky Mountain Power
Thom Carter, Energy Advisor to Governor Cox
Emily Malik, Logan City Sustainability Coordinator
March 24,25, Dr. Peter Marra, Cat Wars
The USU Ecology Center presented Dr. Peter Marra, who is the director of the Georgetown Environment Initiative, Laudato Si’ Professor in Biology and the Environment, and Professor in the McCourt School of Public Policy. Before Georgetown, he had a 20-year career at the Smithsonian Institution, most recently as Director of the Migratory Bird Center.
Wednesday: “Cat Wars: The Devastating Consequences of a Cuddly Killer.”
Thursday: “Unraveling the Mysteries of Bird Migration: Connectivity, Cycles and Technology.”