Category Archives: Community Events

Sept 24 “ONE OF US” A Biologist’s Walk Among Bears

Presentation and Book Signing

Tuesday, September 24, 2019
7-9 p.m.
Herm’s Inn
1435 Canyon Rd.
Logan, UT
Barrie K. Gilbert
Presentation & Book Signing
“One of Us”
A Biologist’s Walk Among Bears.

Tuesday, September 24th, 7 – 9 p.m., Heavy hors d’oeuvres.

Tickets ($15) available until September 17th
Please purchase tickets online via PayPal: www.bridgerlandaudubon.org

If you must pay by cash or check, email hilary.shughart@gmail.com to make arrangements.

 

https://www.barriegilbert.ca

Dr. Barrie Gilbert’s fascination with grizzly bears almost killed him—literally. A close encounter with a frightened bear during a research trip in Yellowstone National Park left him clinging to life. Not only did Gilbert recover, he returned to fieldwork, devoting the next several decades to understanding and protecting these often-maligned giants.

Drawn from his decades of experience, Gilbert’s book “One of Us: A Biologist’s Walk Among Bears” explodes myths that depict grizzlies as bloodthirsty beasts and reveals the intelligent, adaptable side of these astonishingly social animals.

$15 per person
Tickets Available online, Paypal below or https://bridgerlandaudubon.org



Aug 31, Art Rocks! Mandala and strawberry decoy rock painting

ART ROCKS! MANDALA & STRAWBERRY DECOY ROCK PAINTING
With Emily Byrd, NEHMA Mobile Art Truck
Saturday August 31, 10 a.m.- Noon
USU Logan Permaculture Garden:      behind Aggie Ice Cream        750 N   1200 E, Logan
ART ROCKS! MANDALA & STRAWBERRY DECOY ROCK PAINTING

From 10am-12pm, the Nora Eccles Harrison Museum of Art (NEHMA) Mobile Arts Truck will join us in the garden for painting rock mandalas, which you can keep or leave to add bits of color to the garden. You may also help paint decoy strawberry rocks to deter birds from stealing the real fruits from the garden!

Jul 27, USU Edible Landscape Tour & Art Rocks! Mandala Painting

USU EDIBLE LANDSCAPE TOUR

& ART ROCKS! MANDALA PAINTING

July 27         TOUR: 8-10AM. MANDALA PAINTING: 10AM-12PM

An educational and fun opportunity to explore the vast array of edibles on the USU main campus. Discover and sample a range of campus edibles such as apricots, plums, strawberries, serviceberries, edible weeds, and more! We will start (8am) and end (10am) at the USU Logan Permaculture Garden. From 10am-12pm, the Nora Eccles Harrison Museum of Art (NEHMA) Mobile Arts Truck will join us in the garden for painting rock mandalas, which you can keep or leave to add bits of color to the garden.

One more USU edible landscape tour will be offered this season on August 17th, again meeting at 8am in the USU Logan Permaculture Garden located behind Aggie Ice Cream, 750N 1200 E, Logan.

Saturday, May 18 Weed Day

Do you hate dyers woad, Scotch thistle, burdock and houndstongue?   Here’s an opportunity to help eradicate these invasive weeds from our public lands!

2nd Annual Weed Day – Logan Ranger District, Bridgerland Audubon Society                and Utah Native Plant Society and Logan City

What:             2nd Annual Weed Day, Logan Ranger District, Bridgerland Audubon Society, Utah Native Plant Society and Logan City

When:             Saturday, May 18, 2019, 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, lisathompson@fs.fed.us  801-625-5850

The Logan Ranger District of the Uinta-Wasatch-Cache National Forest, Bridgerland Audubon Society, Utah Native Plant Society and Logan City invite the public to join us for the 2nd Annual Weed Day.   The public is invited to participate in the community wide event.  The ongoing efforts offer fun, exercise, a chance to meet new people as well as give back to the local community.

The goal of this project is to help reduce and eradicate invasive weeds threatening the native plant community of the local area. Invasive weed species threaten the ecological integrity and biological diversity of plant communities within the project area and have caused adverse impacts to recreation, wildlife and other important social and resource values.

Target weeds include, dyers woad, burdock, houndstongue, Scotch thistle and other invasive weeds.

Control methods will include hand pulling, digging and possible bagging.

We will meet at the Canyon Entrance Park pavilion 9:00 a.m. for a safety meeting and weed orientation before heading out to the assigned areas.  Parking is available.

Volunteers should wear protective clothing, including gloves, long pants, long sleeved shirts, sturdy footwear and lots of drinking water.  Some tools will be provided but it is recommended to bring your own weeding tools and shovels.

Please join the Logan Ranger District, Bridgerland Audubon Society and the Utah Native Plant Society as we work to protect our land by preventing the spread of noxious weeds in Cache County.

For more information, contact Lisa Thompson, Volunteer and Partnership Coordinator, Logan Ranger District, (801) 625-5850, Dave Wallace, Utah Native Plant Society, (435) 750-5913, or Hilary Shughart, hilary.shughart@gmail.com

David Wallace
1740 Foothill Dr.
Logan, UT 84341
435-750-5913
dwallace@xmission.com

Spring Social–Bridgerland Audubon Society

Bridgerland Audubon Society
Spring Social & Annual Meeting

Wednesday, April 10, 2019
6-8 p.m.
The Italian Place
48 Federal Ave
Logan, UT
$15 students
$25 Audubon members
$30 all others
Tickets Available through April 6, at Caffe Ibis
(cash or check): 52 Federal Ave. M-Sat 6am – 7pm, Sun 8am – 7pm
or online, https://bridgerlandaudubon.org
Lasagna Dinner, Caffe Ibis Coffee & BYOB
featuring:
undefinedUtah Public Radio’s Matthew LaPlante’s
UnDisciplined
Interview with Kim Sullivan, Ornithologist, and Brent Chamberlain, Environmental Planner.

For more information:
hilary.shughart@gmail.com
435-213-3668