Category Archives: Community Events

Apr 13, Local Landscapes Class

Cache Valley Localscapes Class, Saturday, Apr 13, 1:30-3:30pm, Logan City Library

Cache Valley Localscapes Class
Saturday, Apr 13, 1:30-3:30pm
Logan City Library
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Where: Logan Library, 285 N Main Street, Logan, UT 84321
When: Saturday, April 13, 1:30-3:30pm

What: Learn the secrets to creating a beautiful and functional yard at the Cache Valley Localscapes Workshop!
  • Learn hou to turn unused lawn areas into a stunning landscape
  • Learn about the Landscape Incentive Program and get money for removing lawn
  • Cost is free – registration required

Registration Flyer

Sponsors:
Bridgerland Audubon Society
Division of Water Resources
Utah Water Savers
Logan City Library

Apr 19 Logan Gallery Walk

Cache Pioneer Museum, Daughters of the Utah Pioneers (DUP), 160 N Main Street, Logan, UT  84321, April 19, 6-9 pm

The Little Logan River, A Gem to Treasure & Protect
Clarissa Casper, Eli Lucero
Downtown Logan Gallery Walk
Cache Pioneer Museum
Daughters of the Utah Pioneers (DUP)
160 N Main Street
Logan, UT 84321
April 19, 6-9 pm

Join Bridgerland Audubon at the Daughters of the Utah Pioneers Museum for the April 19th Gallery Walk, in conjunction with Clarissa Casper’s captioned photos in “Celebration of the Little Logan River”. Eli Lucero’s photos remind us of birds dependent on a riparian habitat. The gallery walk exhibit complements the museum’s Working Water in Cache Valley exhibit.

Utah Museum Association dedicates July as ‘Utah Museum Month’

Apr 19, Downtown Logan Gallery Walk-Featured Artists and Venues

Our Projects | Advocacy | Water | Logan River Watershed Plan

Apr 22 Celebrate Earth Day & Win a Tree

Apr 22 Celebrate Earth Day & Win a Tree, Join us at our new Logan Library, 285 N Main Street, Logan, UT 84321, April 22nd, 4-6 pm, Learn from each other and panel of youth and elders including Logan Mayor Holly Daines! Resources for action! Refreshments provided. 2024 Earth Day Banner, Courtesy Jack Greene, Artist: Mya Karbasi

Apr 22 Celebrate Earth Day & Win a Tree
Join us at our new Logan Library
285 N Main Street
Logan, UT 84321
April 22nd, 4-6 pm
 
2024 Earth Day Banner
Courtesy Jack Greene
Artist: Mya Karbasi

Join us at our new Logan Library
285 N Main Street
Logan, UT 84321
April 22nd, 4-6 pm

Learn from each other and
a panel of youth and elders including
Logan Mayor Holly Daines!
Resources for action!
Refreshments provided


Other Earth Day Celebrations:
EarthDay.org

USU Earth Week

Earth Day Cleanup
USU Botanical Center
Kaysville, UT

Swaner Preserve Cleanup, Apr 20, 2024, 9am-1:30pm

Sego Lily Gardens Public Cleanup April 26, 2024, 9:00 am

Utah Lake Planting Party, April 22nd, 2024, 4:30-6pm

Slate Canyon Saturday, April 27th, 2024, 9-11am

Feb 27,
Is Great Salt Lake a Person?

Is Great Salt Lake a Person? Courtesy & Copyright Sarah Woodbury

Is Great Salt Lake a Person?
Courtesy & Copyright Sarah Woodbury

what: an art film screening & discussion panel on the personhood and state of Great Salt Lake
when: Tuesday, Feb 27, 7pm
where: The Cache Bar, Logan, Utah, (21+) 139 South Main Street

the film: This short lyrical dance-poetry piece dreams into relationships between Great Salt Lake, birds, and humans in the context of a collapsing ecosystem. Born out of a process of listening to and speaking with this saline being, the piece is an empathetic imagining of the lake’s embodied experience.

the panel: Following the film will be a panel conversation with local caretakers of the lake, from storytellers to policy experts to scientists. Join us to explore the sentience of Great Salt Lake and ways this informs approaches to the lake.

the context: Utah lawmakers are considering a bill that would prevent Great Salt Lake from qualifying for legal personhood, barring government entities from recognizing that nonhumans–like the lake–have legal standing. Join UPR’s Tom Williams and panelists for discussion on this topic.

panelists:
Sarah Woodbury, Poet, Performance Artist & Socio-Ecology Student, Utah State University
Darren Parry, Historian, Author & Storyteller, Northwestern Band of the Shoshone Nation
Brian Steed, Executive Director, USU Janet Quinney Lawson Institute for Land, Water & Air
Molly Blakowski, PhD Student in Watershed Science with dust focus, Utah State University
Tom Williams, Co-Manager and Host, Utah Public Radio
Jake Dreyfous, Government Relations Coordinator, Grow the Flow

sponsored by:
Bridgerland Audubon
Grow the Flow
Utah Public Radio

For more details read the Flyer